SharpDevelop: Adding a component to the designer

As I’m using SharpDevelop for some of my C# development I thought I’d just mention how you add a component to the designer toolbox if you ever need to. It’s…As I’m using SharpDevelop for some of my C# development I thought I’d just mention how you add a component to the designer toolbox if you… Continue Reading


JIRA: Basic C#/Jira searching for issues

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(This article is a follow up to http://maffelu.net/jira-basic-cjira-fetching-and-displaying-projects/) In the previous article, and the article before that, we talked about creating a connection to JIRA with C# and using that…(This article is a follow up to http://maffelu.net/jira-basic-cjira-fetching-and-displaying-projects/) In the previous article, and the article before that, we talked about creating a connection to JIRA with… Continue Reading


JIRA: Basic C#/JIRA fetching and displaying projects

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(This is a follow-up to the initial JIRA/C# article: “JIRA: Basic C#/JIRA connection using REST“) In the previous article about how to work with JIRA in C# utilizing the REST…(This is a follow-up to the initial JIRA/C# article: “JIRA: Basic C#/JIRA connection using REST“) In the previous article about how to work with JIRA in… Continue Reading


JIRA: Basic C#/JIRA connection using REST

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As I’m working a lot through JIRA I thought I’d try to communicate with it using C# and the REST api it’s exposing. This was not completely simple and it’s…As I’m working a lot through JIRA I thought I’d try to communicate with it using C# and the REST api it’s exposing. This was not… Continue Reading


C#: create a basic windows service

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The service Creating services in C# differs a bit from creating a standard console/winform/wpf application. A service is often created to run continuously and it has no graphical interface, something…The service Creating services in C# differs a bit from creating a standard console/winform/wpf application. A service is often created to run continuously and it has… Continue Reading


C#: Rename a project in Visual Studio

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Renaming projects in Visual Studio is a pain in the @$$ and can be really time consuming if you don’t know what you’re doing. Visual Studio 2008 doesn’t come with…Renaming projects in Visual Studio is a pain in the @$$ and can be really time consuming if you don’t know what you’re doing. Visual Studio… Continue Reading