I came across AspNetTest the other day while I was looking at another project on CodePlex.
I have previously used NUnitAsp for doing some unit testing of ASP.NET UI bits, but as it emulates a "noscript" browser, it isn't very good at testing the "scripty" bits - e.g. AJAX, drag/drop stuff. It has also not been developed very much in the last two years.
Anyway, AspNetTest describes itself as being built upon NUnit and Selenium Remote Control.
It appears that it provides a nice way to automate unit testing of the web UI stuff, and I've seen some demos that indicate that it should handle the tricky drag/drop and AJAX kinds of scenarios that are of interest to me.
a HttpHandler to allow C# to be embedded in CSS
files so your stylesheet can be customized.
"The Microsoft ® Windows Mobile ® Device Center enables data synchronization between Windows Mobile ® powered devices and Windows Vista™"
Don't know much about this - looks a bit like it's ActiveSync for Vista.
I also got my replacement iPAQ today - with buttons that don't fall off, so we're off to a good start already :-)
Although I've been aware of Skype for quite a while, I've never had occasion to use it until now.
Our friend Jane was able to talk to her sister Ann who is now overseas, and it worked pretty well.
Not as seamless in my opinion as proper VoIP (like we use for our normal phonecalls at home), but it is still free so you can't complain about that.
I decided to get the HP iPAQ rw6828. It arrived this week, but I'm wondering.... is it supposed to do this?
Then there's the debarcle that they didn't port my old number over to the new SIM that comes with this phone (my old phone is CDMA so didn't have a SIM).
It now looks like I'll end up with the new number on the SIM just in time to send the new phone back to be fixed. I do wonder if a drop of glue might be an easier solution.
I also noticed that Optus coverage around my house leaves a bit to be desired.
Apart from the falling off button, the technology itself looks good so far.