SharpPieces 2.3

Rating:        Based on 6 ratings
Reviewed:  4 reviews
Downloads: 20200
Released: Oct 20, 2008
Updated: Oct 20, 2008 by alexb
Dev status: -not yet defined by owner-

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source code, 223K, uploaded Oct 20, 2008 - 5195 downloads

Release Notes

Check out the SharpPieces home site! You can find a lot of explanatory docs, various use case scenarios in live demos and goodies.

Here you can find the version history vs previous release (SharpPieces 2.2):

  1. Change: All controls are moved in a single assembly
  2. Fix: All controls have proper security attributes.

  1. Fix: Fixed IE errors when unloading the page by removing the element in Swiff.Base.js
  2. Fix: Scroll into view bug for Firefox, fixed wmode
  3. Fix: Swiff.Uploader.js: Added anti-cache fix for IE and small improvements for parameters
  4. Change: Added more checks to make SWF-JS communication more stable
  5. Fix: Fixed the use of the Upload control inside MasterPages.

  1. Change: Rico 2.0 RC1 integrated.

  1. New: SelectedGroup - new property, to get the text of the selected group.

  1. New: The image output type can be set (.jpeg, .bmp, .gif, .png)
  2. New: Plug-in-able system for image creation and transformation (check out the new demos).

  1. New: The char array source can be specified
  2. New: Two more render types
  3. New: "Random" render type.

  1. New: Hover effect (check out the updated demo)
  2. New: New inner border property
  3. Fix: Round corners can be used the maximum to create round buttons.

The demo app is now Web Application (used to be Web Site); if you use VS 2005 without SP1, do this update.

For the LiveGrid demo, in demo app you need to get the AdventureWorks database and modify the web.config connection string.

Reviews for this release

I found some good code guidelines in the dynamic image even if the tech seems old
by bobkn on Feb 28, 2012 at 10:39 AM
I support your effort, but what about the issues of this release (personally I am interseted in the Upload control)? If you no longer support this project perhaps you should close it.
by gosub on Feb 24, 2012 at 10:34 AM
Upload control is quite useless, doesn't send cookies to server. I spent whole time to build site according to it now it doesnt work with IIS. The dev must have tested it before publish.
by xmen on Oct 2, 2010 at 6:25 PM
I'm stoked that everything is in one assembly! This makes code management so much easier, however there are quite a few bugs i'm running into.
by eastonharvey on Dec 3, 2008 at 5:54 AM