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Its a Dynamic(javascript) world

I thought we are living in a world which looked like this ||(or) mayb this LOL

being a web developer i was working with javascript and also at the same time i always preferred to work with something else... Silverlight, Flash mayb.. till recently.. i actually saw what JAVASCRIPT is || has become in the time i worked on ASP.Net MVC.

Javascript evolved from a dynamic sort of functional language that was differently implemented by nearly every browser(and yes that was for you IE6) and every one hated him and i thought it still is that ulgy thing. till i just stumbled upon THIS

This is an old video.. someone was just trying to bring the Javascript to server side. so now same developer /*Who a Javascript developer?*/ can work on both the sides.. client as well as web. and thought that things like these shouldn't be allowed on internet maybe because its a hour long video and now has around 233,492 views just consider the amount ot developer hours wasted her…

Dynaminism in .Net 4.0

few dayz ago came across THIS question.
the solution to this can easily be figured out by the new dynamic features introduced in .Net 4.0.
i have made a project to demonstrate this.
the main code in the project goes like this

publicstaticdynamic[] GetDynamicObject(DataTable dt, Dictionary<string, string> mapping)
List<dynamic> returnList = newList<dynamic>();
foreach (DataRow row in dt.Rows)
dynamic obj = newExpandoObject();
var objectDic = (IDictionary<string, object>)obj;
foreach (DataColumn column in dt.Columns)
                    objectDic.Add(mapping!=null?mapping.ContainsKey(column.ColumnName) ? mapping[column.ColumnName] : column.ColumnName:column.ColumnName,row[column]);
return returnList.ToArray();
        }The static method here named "GetDynamicObject" simply takes a data table(which can be populated by the data in the database) and a dictionary of…