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ASP.NET Internationalization – Themes

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA         A couple of weeks ago I started a series on ASP.NET Internationalization where we started by covering the basics, that is, using RESX files to supply language-specific strings in our code.

However, as anyone who’s tried to tackle the the internationalization problem knows, strings aren’t the only items that are impacted by internationalization. What about the images on our site? Specifically, what about the images that make up the look and feel of our site?

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iTextSharp – Adding Images

Maple leaves in Autumn.

Last week I showed how to use form fields to control placement of dynamic data.

But what if you want to dynamically place images in your PDF?  You can stuff them into a form field like you can with text.

However, one of the items you can retrieve from the form field is its location on the screen.  Using this, a little math, and some iTextSharp image code, we can place images in our PDF where the form field was located.  Here’s how I do it.

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Structure of my ASP.NET Web Applications

I’ve had some requests recently to describe how I structure my ASP.NET web applications.  To be clear, this is not the only way to structure your application.  It is MY way.  It works for me and it works for all of my clients.  If you don’t already have something that’s working for you, it will probably work well for you as well.

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Javascripts Image Manipulation

Those silly kids still aren’t up and I’m still surfing the web.  Here’s another tool.  Javascript image manipulation.  My favorite is the reflection, but there are others there that you might like more.