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Extend EPPlus's Functionality With XPath

Posted on Feb 14, 2013 by Nate in Uncategorized

While EPPlus has many built-in functions that allow you to optimize your Excel charts, your client might want a feature that the library just doesn't support. However, there's a way around this. EPPlus uses the Open Office Xml format, which means you can go beyond its code base and extend it with your very own ...

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jqPlot -- Graphs for All Occasions

Posted on Jan 22, 2013 by Nate in Uncategorized

I've recently had the opportunity to work on a data-intensive project for a client using the jqPlot library. jqPlot is a jQuery library that lets you easily render almost any kind of graph you can imagine. I've included a screen shot of two of the graphs I worked on, but you can see just how ...

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ASP.Net Temp Files Are Sometimes a Problem

Posted on Dec 05, 2012 by Nate in Uncategorized

This especially seems to be the case if you're running Microsoft's Web Developer on XP. You won't know the temp files are a problem until your application suddenly stops working. The only fix I've been able to find is to manually shut down your browser and Web Developer. Then stop IIS, delete ...

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Logistics Consulting -- Why You Might Need It

Posted on Oct 25, 2012 by Nate in Uncategorized

If you've been in logistics for a long time, and you've worked your way up from the bottom, then you may not need much help with consulting. Chances are, you already know how to do every job in your operation, so no one knows your business better than you. However, many people don't ...

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