Dainty Prints Gets New Website

By |April 9th, 2015|

WebDev today has launched a new website for Dainty Prints which can be found at  For those that don’t know, Dainty Prints is a very creative company providing the best invitation cards in the industry today. Regardless of the event, Dainty Prints makes outstanding invitation cards that are bound to attract maximum attention […]

We Are Back!

By |March 29th, 2015|

Well it wasn’t the reason we were looking for to revamp our website.  But after being hacked, the silver lining to this is we got the chance to put out a brand new website.  This means new blog posts, new social media, and updated services.  More to come in the days ahead as we […]

New iPhone App for the Trinity Trails

By |June 9th, 2012|

There is a new way to navigate the Trinity Trails thanks to a new iPhone and Android apps from the Tarrant Regional Water District. WebDev has created the app to include an interactive map which covers the entire trail system and show users the best way to get on and off the trails.  An […]

Scheduling an SSIS Package in SQL Server 2008

By |January 15th, 2012|

Ever since SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) was introduced in Microsoft’s SQL Server 2005, ultimately replacing DTS (Data Transformation Services), I have been a huge fan and have implemented it in a variety of projects (another discussing topic all together). However, one thing I have noticed scrounging around the net is no one has instructions on […]

BLOB vs. File System

By |August 26th, 2011|

While this isn’t as big as a Microsoft vs. Linux debate, and who doesn’t like those, this age old question can definitely get the blood pumping.  As with any technology, each method has its benefits and costs.

A binary large object (or BLOB) is more of a method than a solution where binary data is stored directly […]

Reporting Services Folder Conflict

By |August 21st, 2011|

So just recently a few of us were pushing some code for a client to their server.  Everything was going smooth during our testing after the push until we tested the reports.

We had created a custom reporting solution in .Net using RDLCs.  These reports resided in a folder called, of course, “reports” off the […]