Object Oriented Navigation In ASP.NET

posted on 2005-07-13 at 23:00:41 by Joel Ross

David Starr has a post highlighting what Craig Shoemaker said in his 2/7/05 podcast about object oriented pages, and how to handle redirects. Redirects are an area that makes true object oriented web development difficult. Being able to move from page t… more »

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ASP.NET Articles For Everything

posted on 2005-07-01 at 01:00:54 by Joel Ross

Well, maybe not everything, but FTPOnline has a listing of a ton of articles about ASP.NET. There's even quite a bit about ASP.NET 2.0, which is cool. Now, I just need to find a few days with nothing else to do and read all of them... more »

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Microsoft's Atlas

posted on 2005-06-30 at 09:17:05 by Joel Ross

News.com had the story Monday night, and by 11:30 Tuesday morning, Scott Guthrie had a great article describing in much more detail what they're building. I've been a little down on AJAX, but I'm starting to come around. One of the downsides I posted abo… more »

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AJAX.NET Goes Open Source

posted on 2005-06-24 at 01:21:19 by Joel Ross

Somehow I missed this when it first came through the aggregator, but I got it on an update. Anyway, AJAX.Net is now open source and hosted at Sourceforge. The CMS project I'm pseudo-involved in is using this, and, although I haven't been involved in the… more »

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posted on 2005-06-23 at 00:35:58 by Joel Ross

I installed WSS as part of my Biztalk ramp-up - Biztalk uses it for some of it's services, such as BAS. Anyway, it took me a few days before I realized how much WSS messes with the rest of your sites. It locks down ASP.NET development to the point of un… more »

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Multiple Projects in the Same Virtual Folder

posted on 2005-06-20 at 00:25:06 by Joel Ross

There's a knowledge base article about how you can split a web project into multiple projects. It's not the simplest process - you have to edit project files by hand - but it would be nice to be able to split certain sections of a web project into their… more »

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Generating Code During Compilation

posted on 2005-06-08 at 10:31:47 by Joel Ross

I just sat through a breakout session at Tech Ed about the internals of ASP.NET 2.0, and saw a really cool feature. You can create your own build providers and tell it to handle a certain type of file. In the build provider, you can read that file and us… more »

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CMS News From Tech Ed

posted on 2005-06-08 at 00:38:06 by Joel Ross

I attended both of the CMS sessions at Tech Ed, and there was some very good information provided, but better yet, both sessions had some big news announcements. I was going to write up a post, but instead, I'm just going to point you to Andrew Connell's… more »

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AJAX, Revisited

posted on 2005-06-03 at 22:47:14 by Joel Ross

I've been thinking about a couple of things with regard to AJAX lately, and I'm starting to change my tune on the whole thing. Remember, first I said I didn't think it was worth using, and even highlighted a couple of posts about the problems of using it… more »

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Signing Assemblies in VS.NET 2005

posted on 2005-05-31 at 23:51:15 by Joel Ross

As part of my process of moving the Tourney Bracket Control to .NET 2.0, I had to revisit signing. We sign our control, and we did it through the AssemblyInfo.cs file in 1.1. That doesn't work in 2.0. You now have to do it through the properties of the… more »

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