Droptiles – Metro Dashboard

Metro Style Live Tiles enabled Windows 8 Start like Web Dashboard. Great for building Enterprise Dashboards, Web 2.0 Portals, Touch Enabled Kiosk interface. Built using HTML, CSS and Javascript.

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2 Comments

  1. Hi Omar,

    I am an experienced embedded C programmer and recently started an ASP.NET web 2.0 project which might be a big one in few years :) . First I started with Code first/EF/SQL server. But stuck when I needed to store additional profile data, might need to switch to MySQL in the future etc… Basically I am trying to figure out the most suitable base for a big website. And I am curious why you didn’t use MVC or code first in your project? Would you recommend using MVC /linq to entities for example? In case you say that google ing these is the best way to learn, I already did that and confused a bit:) As experience is the best teacher and you are quite experienced, if you can shed some light I’ll appreciate that.

  2. Hi Omar,

    actually i have a question and is searching for its answers from a couple of days but still i am answer less. i hope you will be able to answer my simple question.

    Question: i have a website and is running successfully, but the problem is that the UI (font family and font size) is not same, ie is not consistent through out the website. i want to upgrade my website (running on one of domain) look like today’s font and font-family (i mean some what like code-project, metro UI etc). will it be good to change css files of my running website or shall i have to redesign it from scratch or by just changing some of the tricks it would be possible to upgrade the site.

    please suggest me.

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