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October 25, 2016

Krueger Web Design featured on Wisconsin Real Estate website

By |2018-03-05T22:26:33+00:00October 25th, 2016|Categories: Clients|

Check out this write up on Krueger Web Design on what makes my business stand out from competitors. If you're a small business or organization looking for an affordable website, you're in the right place. http://www.wisconsinrealestate.com/articles/krueger-web-design-helps-make-your-internet-presence-known

September 12, 2016

Krueger Web Design Named to Top 16 Web Designers in Madison

By |2016-09-12T17:01:13+00:00September 12th, 2016|Categories: Web Design|

You can see the complete list here: 16 Best Madison Web Designers Expertise has combed through a list of 283 web designers in the Madison area, and narrowed it down to a list of the top 16. Krueger Web Design was proud to receive this award. This list was created by a panel based on these [...]

August 16, 2016

That Conference 2016

By |2016-08-16T13:36:33+00:00August 16th, 2016|Categories: ASP.NET, C#, General Technology|

I'm about a week out from attending That Conference 2016 in the Wisconsin Dells. This has been my 2nd year attending, and I can't say enough good things about it. Clark and an army of volunteers do a tremendous job of running this year after year, and it's greatly appreciated by all. This year was better than [...]

April 13, 2016

March 22, 2016

Nuget Package Visualizer Extension for VS2015

By |2016-03-22T10:22:26+00:00March 22nd, 2016|Categories: C#, Handy Tools/Utilities|Tags: |

Currently the Nuget Package Visualizer is not available in VS2015. (https://github.com/NuGet/Home/issues/1264) We like to use this tool to get a good overview of our Nuget package dependencies. It can also be helpful when troubleshooting build issues, specifically with retrieving packages. Using Pascal's code as a good base to start from (thanks!), I created a Nuget Package [...]

January 29, 2016

Transform a C# list into a DataTable

By |2016-01-29T08:59:53+00:00January 29th, 2016|Categories: C#|

Just a quick post about a very handy method I found on Stack Overflow. This lets you transform a list of C# objects into a data table. This can be very handy for debugging purposes, if nothing else. Being able to quickly see a large list of objects and all of their properties in one nice [...]

Creating a collapse all, expand all button on the Kendo UI Grid

By |2016-01-28T16:39:25+00:00January 28th, 2016|Categories: ASP.NET, MVC, Telerik|

The Kendo UI grid has some great functionality out of the box, especially it's ability to handle hierarchcal data with detail item templates. I wanted to include a expand/collapse all button right within my grid. Here was the code I used to do it. Credit to Daniël from http://www.telerik.com/forums/collapse-all-grid-rows on giving me the code I needed [...]

Preventing Enter button from expanding detail rows on Kendo UI Grid

By |2016-01-20T09:47:29+00:00January 20th, 2016|Categories: ASP.NET, MVC, Telerik|

Admittedly this is a pretty custom/specific use of the Kendo UI Grid, but just in case someone else needs to do this type of thing, you never know... Scenario: I have an application that makes use of the Kendo UI grid. Specifically the hierarchacal version of the grid with expanding detail rows. The grid uses inline [...]

September 24, 2015

Selenium vs Coded UI Thoughts

By |2015-09-24T16:41:06+00:00September 24th, 2015|Categories: C#, MVC, Testing|

I should mention that this is not intended to be a full in-depth review and comparison of the two UI testing frameworks, just a quick post on my general thoughts after using both of them on the same project. I have recently started work on introducing some basic automated UI tests to one of our solutions. [...]

June 22, 2015

How to Use the Log4Net StringMatchFilter

By |2015-06-22T21:30:12+00:00June 22nd, 2015|Categories: C#, Handy Tools/Utilities, Misc. Fixes|

Log4Net is a very powerful, easy to use logging tool, so it's no surprise that so many .NET developers use it in their applications. One under documented (at least in my opinion) feature of it, is the use of filters to be more specific about what you want your appenders to filter out. Recently, in an application [...]

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