jQuery

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About a year ago, I started to evaluate ASP.Net MVC, but decided to put it aside because it was still in heavy-duty development. With the official release a couple of weeks ago, I decided to check it out once again. MVC has a lot of things to offer, but there are a few critical things that we couldn’t overlook. We have a few web applications that all have quite a lot invested in server controls (both third-party and developed in-house). In ASP.Net WebForms, for something as simple as a GridView with ......
A couple of weeks ago, I was working on some client side UI elements on one of my projects. I was able to apply some things that I have learned recently (some more recently than others). The problem is that I have a domain object that tracks the selected days of the week. Currently the object uses a List<DayOfWeek> to manage the selections. (This is not exactly the most safe thing because a client could set the list to null. However, that's a different subject.) What I was looking for was an ......
A couple of weeks back I attended a session on Unobtrusive JavaScript (UJS) and jQuery by John Teague. This was probably the biggest thing I took from the Houston TechFest. Recently, I found the opportunity to put my new knowledge to good use. I haven't reach the unobtrusive part of John's presentation, but jQuery is my first step. Documentation I found the jQuery API documentation to be invaluable. At first, as a reference, it was a little difficult to find what I need. For example the "val()" function. ......
I attended the Houston TechFest today, and am now finding it difficult to sleep with all of the new knowledge and relationships filling my mind. I finally decided to get out of bed and put some of my thoughts in writing. The Fest was great. There are a few good reasons to attend an event like this. It's free. You get to meet new people with common interests. Employment opportunities are there if you are looking for them. You almost certainly learn something (if not many things). There are lot's of ......