Use C# To Write Javascript?

posted on 03/04/06 at 10:14:11 pm by Joel Ross

Ever since I started writing web apps, I've realized that there's a huge need to be able to write solid Javascript. Even when ASP.NET launched, there was still a huge need to know Javascript - despite the claims you heard. I'm hearing a lot of the same c… more »

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ASP.NET 2.0 Development Heating Up...

posted on 03/03/06 at 11:14:51 pm by Joel Ross

...according to book sales over at O'Reilly. Of course, book sales don't necessarily indicate actual numbers, but it seems like a pretty good indication. ASP.NET book sales are up, while PHP and JSP book sales are down. Now,?I could easily see this being… more »

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URL Rewriting And ASP.NET 2.0's Site Navigation

posted on 03/02/06 at 10:37:56 pm by Joel Ross

I'm going to be blogging about Tourney Logic and Tourneytopia a lot in the near future, so be forwarned. It's not because I'm pushing it on you. It's because that's what I'm doing right now. It's actually why I haven't been blogging a lot lately, but I r… more »

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ASP.NET Projects In Visual Studio 2005

posted on 02/10/06 at 09:46:16 pm by Joel Ross

I have a gripe about web projects in Visual Studio 2005, and it's already come up to bite me in the butt a few times. The idea that every file in the folder is part of the site never really sat well with me, but I couldn't put my finger on why. But, aft… more »

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ASP.NET 2.0 Namespaces

posted on 01/12/06 at 10:01:51 pm by Joel Ross

Frank?La Vigne is asking for other's experiences with ASP.NET 2.0 and namespaces. He's noticed that by default, namespaces aren't used in ASP.NET 2.0 pages, and wonders if it's a bug. I don't think it is. In my opinion, it's an omission, but it's not a b… more »

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Degradable AJAX

posted on 10/28/05 at 11:31:35 pm by Joel Ross

There's a pretty good article about how a web application that utilizes AJAX should work in the face of adversity. Adversity, as in not having the ability to use AJAX. What?I found most interesting about the article was the approach that's suggested. I w… more »

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Databound Controls in ASP.NET 2.0

posted on 10/22/05 at 11:26:58 pm by Joel Ross

As I've posted about previously, I'm working through the?process updating our server control for Tourney Logic. Well, we made a pretty big design decision. Since the bracket is much easier to configure, we've decided to add databinding - we only have one… more »

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Embedded Resouces In ASP.NET 2.0

posted on 2005-10-09 at 21:57:03 by Joel Ross

In the Tourney Bracket Control, we have a few Javascript methods that allow for the control to be interactive on the client side. In version 1.0, that code was put right into our control - hardcoded into a StringBuilder and then registered to the page. I… more »

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DotNetRocks on Server Controls, And More

posted on 2005-10-05 at 20:33:25 by Joel Ross

As a server control developer, I was very interested in listening to the latest DotNetRocks show. Overall, it was a great show, and while a lot of it was review, there were a few good nuggets in there, as well as some validation that I'm doing things The… more »

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JSON - A Quick Look

posted on 2005-09-24 at 00:26:03 by Joel Ross

Steve M. over on Brain.Save() has a nice little post about JSON, which stands for JavaScript Object Notation. I've heard the term JSON, but never realized what it was or how it can be used. Most of the time it's used in conjunction with AJAX, which makes… more »

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