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Internet Explorer Document Modes

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Interoperable HTML5 Quirks Mode in IE10

Activating Browser Modes with Doctype

Compatibility View and "Smart Defaults"

META Tags and Locking in Future Compatibility

MSDN: Defining document compatibility
"If Internet Explorer encounters a webpage that doesn't contain a <!DOCTYPE> element, it opens the page in quirks mode, which can lead to several unexpected side-effects if you're unfamiliar with the directive. For more info, see How to Enable Standards Support."

MSDN: Specifying legacy document modes
"Note  As of Internet Explorer 10, quirks mode behaves differently than it did in earlier versions of the browser. In Windows Internet Explorer 9 and earlier versions, quirks mode restricted the webpage to the features supported by Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.5. In Internet Explorer 10, quirks mode conforms to the differences specified in the HTML5 specification. For more info, see Specifying legacy document modes."

MSDN: document.documentMode property (Internet Explorer)

MSDN: document.compatMode property (Internet Explorer)

Internet Explorer 8 document and browser modes

Testing sites with Browser Mode vs. Doc Mode

Automating Sandcastle with MSBuild and Other Tools

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Taming Sandcastle: A .NET Programmer's Guide to Documenting Your Code (Excellent!)

Integrating sandcastle into build process to generate MSDN style documentation

CodePlex: MSBuild script for Sandcastle

Setting up automated builds with sandcastle

.NET Projects: Generating Documentation with Sandcastle

Joe in Iowa – A Sandcastle Scenario

Stack Overflow: Build Sandcastle Documentation When Building Visual Studio Project


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FxCop 10.0 Download

FxCop, Your .NET Cop (A really nice overview)

MSDN: Using FxCopCmd

MSDN: Adding FxCopCmd to Your Build Process

SlideShare: Automating Code Standards Using StyleCop and FxCop

Automating Code Review Tools – Part I

Automating Code Review Tools – FxCop – Part III

Why FxCop is essential

MSDN Magazine: Three Vital FXCop Rules

StyleCop Home Page and Download


Web.config Hierarchy and Security

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ASP.NET Configuration File Hierarchy and Inheritance

ASP.NET Configuration Scenarios

How to: Configure Specific Directories Using Location Settings

How to: Lock ASP.NET Configuration Settings

Securing ASP.NET Configuration

Continuous Integration and Build Servers

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Best Way of Automating Daily Build - Stack Overflow

CI Feature Matrix - ThoughtWorks




Jenkins - An extendable open source continuous integration server

Visual Build - $295+

Apache Continuum - Continuous Integration and Build Server

The Build Server: Your Project's Heart Monitor - Coding Horror

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