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Make your CHM Help Files show HTML5 and CSS3 content



Want to get your CHM files to display content in HTML5 and CSS rather than the stock IE7 quirks more rendering used by default? This blog post describes how you can take advantage of newer HTML and CSS specs in your CHM files.

Creating a dynamic, extensible C# Expando Object



In this post I discuss a custom extensible dynamic type implementation that allows you to extend existing types with dynamic properties at runtime.

Dynamic Types and DynamicObject References in C#



This post explains the difference between dynamic reference and explicit references of an IDynamicObject implementation and how they behave differently.
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