This is just awesome – with Ctrl+I, you can perform a type-ahead search within Visual Studio, just like Firefox!
Again, my buddy Sairama to the rescue. Just when I think I’ve pretty much got VS.NET down solid (only being use it since Pre-Beta days, right?) I’m thrown a curve ball called incremental search. I guess I just assumed that a feature that was so cool in so many other editors would never make it into VS.NET. Silly me.
So, lest I be the most ignorant, fire up Visual Studio.NET, get some code in there, hit Ctrl-I and start typing. After you’ve found something, use F3 to Find Next. In the words of Chris Sells – It’s pure sex.
via Scott Hanselman’s Computer Zen – My ignorance proceeds me: Visual Studio.NET Incremental Search.
I’ve been playing around with this over the weekend and I’ve been *very* impressed:
jQuery plugin: Validation
Current version: 1.3
Compressed filesize: 14301 bytes
(more info at http://bassistance.de/jquery-plugins/jquery-plugin-validation/)
Great article about jQuery Form Validation from littlehart.net:
(continued via Form Validation with jQuery)