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ASP.NET Outlook Style Toolbar Control

, 10 Nov 2004
An outlook style toolbar control in ASP.NET
aspnetoutlooktoolbar_src.zip
CustomWebControls
bin
CustomWebControls.csproj.user
Images
scrolldown.gif
scrollup.gif
Schema
Toolbar.xsx
<VisualStudioProject>
    <CSHARP
        ProjectType = "Local"
        ProductVersion = "7.10.3077"
        SchemaVersion = "2.0"
        ProjectGuid = "{BD84910C-818D-4EB8-A2A6-4A4E136CEE5F}"
    >
        <Build>
            <Settings
                ApplicationIcon = ""
                AssemblyKeyContainerName = ""
                AssemblyName = "CustomWebControls"
                AssemblyOriginatorKeyFile = ""
                DefaultClientScript = "JScript"
                DefaultHTMLPageLayout = "Grid"
                DefaultTargetSchema = "IE50"
                DelaySign = "false"
                OutputType = "Library"
                PreBuildEvent = ""
                PostBuildEvent = ""
                RootNamespace = "CustomWebControls"
                RunPostBuildEvent = "OnBuildSuccess"
                StartupObject = ""
            >
                <Config
                    Name = "Debug"
                    AllowUnsafeBlocks = "false"
                    BaseAddress = "285212672"
                    CheckForOverflowUnderflow = "false"
                    ConfigurationOverrideFile = ""
                    DefineConstants = "DEBUG;TRACE"
                    DocumentationFile = ""
                    DebugSymbols = "true"
                    FileAlignment = "4096"
                    IncrementalBuild = "false"
                    NoStdLib = "false"
                    NoWarn = ""
                    Optimize = "false"
                    OutputPath = "bin\Debug\"
                    RegisterForComInterop = "false"
                    RemoveIntegerChecks = "false"
                    TreatWarningsAsErrors = "false"
                    WarningLevel = "4"
                />
                <Config
                    Name = "Release"
                    AllowUnsafeBlocks = "false"
                    BaseAddress = "285212672"
                    CheckForOverflowUnderflow = "false"
                    ConfigurationOverrideFile = ""
                    DefineConstants = "TRACE"
                    DocumentationFile = ""
                    DebugSymbols = "false"
                    FileAlignment = "4096"
                    IncrementalBuild = "false"
                    NoStdLib = "false"
                    NoWarn = ""
                    Optimize = "true"
                    OutputPath = "bin\Release\"
                    RegisterForComInterop = "false"
                    RemoveIntegerChecks = "false"
                    TreatWarningsAsErrors = "false"
                    WarningLevel = "4"
                />
            </Settings>
            <References>
                <Reference
                    Name = "System"
                    AssemblyName = "System"
                    HintPath = "..\..\WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v1.1.4322\System.dll"
                />
                <Reference
                    Name = "System.Drawing"
                    AssemblyName = "System.Drawing"
                    HintPath = "..\..\WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v1.1.4322\System.Drawing.dll"
                />
                <Reference
                    Name = "System.Web"
                    AssemblyName = "System.Web"
                    HintPath = "..\..\WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v1.1.4322\System.Web.dll"
                />
                <Reference
                    Name = "System.XML"
                    AssemblyName = "System.Xml"
                    HintPath = "..\..\WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v1.1.4322\System.XML.dll"
                />
            </References>
        </Build>
        <Files>
            <Include>
                <File
                    RelPath = "AssemblyInfo.cs"
                    SubType = "Code"
                    BuildAction = "Compile"
                />
                <File
                    RelPath = "Toolbar.cs"
                    SubType = "Code"
                    BuildAction = "Compile"
                />
                <File
                    RelPath = "Images\scrolldown.gif"
                    BuildAction = "Content"
                />
                <File
                    RelPath = "Images\scrollup.gif"
                    BuildAction = "Content"
                />
                <File
                    RelPath = "Schema\Toolbar.xsd"
                    BuildAction = "Content"
                />
                <File
                    RelPath = "Schema\Toolbar.xsx"
                    DependentUpon = "Toolbar.xsd"
                    BuildAction = "None"
                />
            </Include>
        </Files>
    </CSHARP>
</VisualStudioProject>

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Ashish Kaila
Software Developer (Senior) MixModes Inc. | Research In Motion
Canada Canada
Ashish worked for Microsoft for a number of years in Microsoft Visual Studio (Architect edition) and Windows Live division as a developer. Before that he was a developer consultant mainly involved in distributed service development / architecture. His main interests are distributed software architecture, patterns and practices and mobile device development.
 
Currently Ashish serves as a Technical Lead at RIM leading next generation BlackBerry media experience and also runs his own company MixModes Inc. specializing in .NET / WPF / Silverlight technologies. You can visit MixModes at http://mixmodes.com or follow it on Twitter @MixModes
 
In his free time he is an avid painter, hockey player and enjoys travelling. His blog is at: http://ashishkaila.serveblog.net
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