Commenting Out Server Controls

posted on 2004-11-30 at 00:43:24 by Joel Ross

Every now and then, I have a need to remove a server control from a page. Before, I either set it to be invisible, but that sometimes has side effects. So then I would remove it, but that also had it's downsides. So that's why it was nice to see Jeffrey… more »

Categories: ASP.NET


ASP.NET Upload Module

posted on 2004-11-22 at 23:11:25 by Joel Ross

Chris Hynes has posted SlickUpload, a tool to do uploads in ASP.NET. I haven't tried it yet, but I may find a use for it sooner or later. It even looks like someone towards the bottom of the comments has created a pop-up progress bar too. You can email h… more »

Categories: ASP.NET


Editor Learning Curves

posted on 2004-11-19 at 00:03:29 by Joel Ross

I think I agree with this. I've never used Pico, so I can't say. In college, I used vi for my first two years, and never totally got the hang of it. I could save and exit, and therefore, I could do what I needed to do. Eventually I switched to Emacs… more »

Categories: Development


A Few Server Controls To Make Life Easier

posted on 2004-11-18 at 01:02:56 by Joel Ross

We had an issue where a control posted back, and we wanted to scroll back down to where the user was. It wasn't working quite the way we had hoped. So it's a good thing that we came across this, a server control that accomplishes what we wanted to do. An… more »

Categories: ASP.NET


ASP.NET Performance Tips

posted on 2004-11-18 at 00:54:34 by Joel Ross

Rob Howard has a good article published in the January 2005 issue of MSDN Magazine on High-Performance ASP.NET web applications. It has good reasoning and solid examples of how to do each of the 10 items he highlights. Then, he dispells some common perfo… more »

Categories: ASP.NET


.NET To Go Mobility Roadshow in Grand Rapids

posted on 2004-11-17 at 22:38:15 by Joel Ross

The .NET To Go Mobility Roadshow is coming to the DeVos Center on December 2nd, from 6-9. You'll even have a chance to win a mobile device. Let me know if you are planning to go. I'm hoping to, but that is the day before our beta is set to release, so we… more »

Categories: Development


More ASP.NET 2.0 Goodness

posted on 2004-11-16 at 00:18:09 by Joel Ross

Brian Goldfarb has a good explanation of a couple of the changes to ASP.NET 2.0, namely, "magic directory" name changes, and the compilation model. It looks like the bin directory survives! The cool thing is that both of these changes are directly relate… more »

Categories: ASP.NET


ASP.NET 2.0 And Visual Web Developer Update

posted on 2004-11-15 at 00:03:28 by Joel Ross

Scott Guthrie has another post on the progress of ASP.NET 2.0 and Visual Web Developer, and this one is exciting. No insights into their processes this time, but instead, he announced that the team hit ZBB - Zero Bug Bounce. Here's the highlight: 1142 f… more »

Categories: ASP.NET


Wondering How to Best Use Your SmartPhone?

posted on 2004-11-13 at 23:41:16 by Joel Ross

How about putting a web server on it? Cool idea, but can you cluster them? We use Cassini for our desktop version of the Tourney Pool Manager, and it works great. Maybe it's time to build a portable Tourney Pool Manager that you can h… more »

Categories: Development



posted on 2004-11-13 at 23:33:11 by Joel Ross

Cyrus, from the C# team, is asking about how to handle the release of new C# features in between official release cycles. He wants to know if people would be willing to install unsupported software in order to get features they either wouldn't norma… more »

Categories: C#


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