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New Hugoware Site – I’m Moving!

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It’s here! The brand new Hugoware website!

After months (literally) of designing, trashing, re-designing, re-trashing, pouting, shouting and all around general nit-picking, the new Hugoware website has finally been completed.

I’ve been through quite a few designs but I finally came up with something I was happy with.

I’ve converted all of my blog posts from my old blog to this new site. Moving forward I’ll be blogging at my new site. WordPress was great but it's just time to move on.

I've also moved all of my projects to this site. Each of the project have their own section along with instructions, command lists and pretty much everything else you might need.

There are still several parts of the site that need some work but the site is far enough along it is usable.

Anyways, thanks WordPress – you’ve been great!

Visit my new site at

Written by hugoware

April 8, 2011 at 12:36 pm

Posted in General Update

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  1. Nice – I’m a big fan of dark grey and minimalist myself 🙂

    Not seeing an RSS feed on the new blog though…


    Damien Guard

    April 8, 2011 at 1:10 pm

  2. Ha, seems that way!

    Still working on the feed for the site – I’ll be posting back here once I get everything updated. It’d be nice if I could move everyone over but I’m still researching that.



    April 8, 2011 at 1:48 pm

  3. iTextSharp – Simplify Your HTML to PDF Creation

    Peter, This is an ASP.NET 4 project for work (CCSF) and I’m way in over my head.

    I’m filling a PDF form with data and one of the fields is a rich text box which is populated from a rich text field from ACCESS 2007.

    When I create the pdf from from access it’s perfect, but I can’t figure it out from ASP, my code is below the “MySummary” object contains html from the rich text field from ACCESS, can you help?

    There might be a budget available for this depending upon the cost.

    thanks in advance… Lee

    —–start code————–
    ‘instantiate the PDFReader object.
    Dim reader As New PdfReader(CoverPageTemplate)

    Using fs As New FileStream(pdfFile, FileMode.Create)
    ‘Get the PDF file into stamper object
    Dim stamper As New PdfStamper(reader, fs)
    ‘Get fields from the PDF file
    Dim fields As AcroFields = stamper.AcroFields
    ‘Set form fields
    fields.SetField(“pdfID”, MyID)
    fields.SetField(“pdfType”, MyType)
    fields.SetField(“pdfUnit”, MyUnit)
    fields.SetField(“pdfID”, MyID)
    fields.SetField(“pdfCreateDate”, MyCreateDate)

    ‘instantiate the TXTreader object.
    Dim TXTreader As New StringReader(MySummary())
    MySummary = HTMLWorker.ReferenceEquals(TXTreader, New StyleSheet())

    fields.SetField(“pdfSummary”, HttpUtility.HtmlDecode(MySummary))
    fields.SetField(“pdfSummary”, HttpUtility.HtmlDecode(MySummary))
    fields.SetField(“pdfRelitem”, MyID)
    ‘flatten form fields and close document
    stamper.FormFlattening = True
    End Using
    ———-end code—————


    April 17, 2011 at 9:54 pm

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