Last post Jul 11, 2014 11:25 PM by IranianCuriousBoy
Jul 01, 2014 02:42 AM|IranianCuriousBoy|LINK
I need a list for image thumbnails. I want to know if anybody have done this before? I think I must use custom pages.
Jul 02, 2014 03:06 AM|Terry Guo - MSFT|LINK
The ASP.NET part of my
thumbnail solution consists of the files PhilipSoft.Thumbnails.ThumbGenerator.cs,
ThumbJpeg.ashx and ThumbList.ascx. The web.config file contains some application settings (appSettings), however all of them are optional. After downloading the zip and extracting the files, make the containing
ThumbAspnet folder a virtual directory and point the browser to the ThumbDisplay.aspx page.
This is a test page, an instance of which is shown at the figure above. Enter in the Path textbox a path of an IIS virtual-directory containing images and press the 'Regenerate
thumbnails' button. You should see
thumbnails of images residing in that directory. Try the other choices also and see the changes on the
thumbnails. If you want the 'Use COM object' choise to work, you must register the ThumbExtract.dll found in the bin subfolder. More on this COM object later.
ThumbJpeg.ashx is an .NET-based HTTP handler that you can use in an
<img> tag to produce a
thumbnail dynamically. The
thumbnail is not saved in disk but it is put in cache memory to be available for subsequent calls. If you change a parameter it will be generated again and not be taken from the cache. A typical use of the handler is shown below.
Please download the sample code from following link:
Jul 03, 2014 02:40 AM|IranianCuriousBoy|LINK
Thanks for the article. I think in the context of Dynamic Data, the following article is worth mentioning:
Jul 10, 2014 09:40 AM|sjnaughton|LINK
Hi Ali, are you sorted now? or are you still after a DD solution?
Jul 11, 2014 11:25 PM|IranianCuriousBoy|LINK
I made a new page template with ListView and with the help of some attributes I defined, It's working great now.
Thanks for your articles