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Vinz' Blog (ProudMonkey) "Code, Beer and Music ~ my way of being a programmer" July 2009 Entries
My MVP Award Kit Arrived!
Today I received my MVP Award Kit from Microsoft. The kit consists of the following: * Certificate * MVP Plaque * MVP ID Card * MVP Badge I’m very excited and honored by having this reward as it shows recognition from Microsoft towards my continuous contribution in the ASP.NET community. Thanks to Microsoft! Technorati Tags: Community ......

Posted On Sunday, July 12, 2009 6:57 PM

Sorting GridView Manually with TemplateFields
I decided to write this example because this has been asked many times at the forums. In this article, I will show on how to sort GridView columns manually using a DataTable. Note that in this example, I used my own database for populating the GridView. See Adding Rows in GridView for more info. Now to get started lets set up the GridView with TemplateField columns. Since we are working with TemplateFields then we need to handle sorting manually by adding a LinkButton control inside the HeaderTemplate ......

Posted On Sunday, July 12, 2009 4:58 PM

After a year of answering questions at the WebParts and Personalization forum section, I consider the following items below as “frequently asked questions”. I decided to write this so that I can point them to this post whenever I find a question that can be found here. The following are the list of items that I consider as FAQ: 1. How to Get Started with ASP.NET WebParts? ASP.NET Web Parts Overview ASP.NET WebPart Controls Implementing ASP.NET WebParts with Different Authentication modes Video: Utilizing ......

Posted On Thursday, July 9, 2009 6:16 PM

How To: Bind Collections to a DropDownList Control
In this example I’m going to show the basic way on how to bind a different collections to a DropDownList control. Note that you can also apply the code mentioned in this example to a ListBox, RadioButtonList and CheckBoxList. I just used DropDownList for this demo because I think it is the most commonly used in the page. To get started, let’s go ahead and grab a DropDownList control from the Visual Studio toolbox and place it in the WebForm. The ASPX mark up should look something like below: <html ......

Posted On Wednesday, July 8, 2009 6:47 PM

I am a Microsoft MVP
Today I got a pleasant surprise when I received an email from Microsoft stating that I have been awarded Microsoft MVP Award (ASP.NET) for 2009!! I still can't digest the news !! It was like a music to ears! This is the email I received . Dear Vincent Maverick S. Durano, Congratulations! We are pleased to present you with the 2009 Microsoft® MVP Award! This award is given to exceptional technical community leaders who actively share their high quality, real world expertise with others. We appreciate ......

Posted On Wednesday, July 1, 2009 11:22 PM

Adding Dynamic Editable Rows in ASP Table with Multiple Delete
In my previous example, I wrote a simple demo on how to generate rows of TextBoxes in ASP Table on every click of the Button and retain the previous values on postbacks. In this article, I’m going to extend a bit of what I have shown in my previous example. Basically, I’m going to add multiple delete functionality in the Table by adding some rows of CheckBoxes. Here are the code blocks below: ASPX SOURCE VIEW: <html xmlns=" <head runat="server"> <title>Dynamic ......

Posted On Wednesday, July 1, 2009 5:05 AM

Again: I am a Community Credit Winner
Just got an email today from the Community Credit informing that I won the contest. This is the third time that I won the contest. Here's the email I received: Hello , Congratulations. You won 7th Prize in the June 2009 Contest. As you may know, a lot of people competed, but only a few won. Nicely done! Please also keep in mind that your prize is not just a stupid, geeky gift, but it's also a symbol to represent your contributions to the development community. When folks ask you how you won, you ......

Posted On Wednesday, July 1, 2009 1:31 AM

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