Ultimate Helper 1.2 Source Code

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Released: Mar 6, 2017
Updated: Mar 6, 2017 by Corby
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Release Notes

Version 1.2 Updates

Date Helper has been fixed.

ListHelper now accepts up to 3 lists to check for One Or More Items.

It has been a while since I updated this project. This release is the latest release
included with XML Mirror and DB Compare.

There are probably some other bug fixes as this project is also used in my current work project(s) so it gets a lot of testing.

If you have any helper classes you think would be a good fit for this projects, please email corby@datajuggler.com

Version 1.1 Updates

The release includes two new files:

MouseHelper

Used to move the mouse to a Point and click the mouse.

NullHelper

Used to test for multiple objects exist or if the are null (IsNull).

Also there were updates to the follow files:

MessageBoxHelper

A new method was added GetUserResponse and both methods now contain optional parameters to change the MessageBoxButtons or the MessageBoxIcon.

SqlParameter Helper

There are now overrides to create up to four parameters.

TextHelper

TextHelper was cleaned up a little and the non static methods were removed.

The documentation is now complete and the download contains a documents folder which includes a Word document and a Pdf version of the Data Juggler Ultimate Helper User's Guide.

Copied From Version 1.0:

Many of these classes have been tested for years, and some our brand new, but all have been used in some project before.

Use these classes at your own risk, and please report any problems, suggestions, better way of doing it, etc. by creating a discussion or send me an email at support@datajuggler.com if you prefer.

My goal is create a light weight collection of C# helper classes that we can all contribute to and create a helper project that is useful and easy to use.

Not all of the methods are static methods, but they are preferred wherever possible.

If you have any favorite helper classes please contribute them to the project and let me know your opinion of tweaks to any of the existing classes.

As with all of my open source projects, double your money back if you aren't happy!

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