April 2007 - Posts

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Creating Custom ASP.NET Server Controls with Embedded JavaScript by dwahlin

I did some consulting work recently for a company that had a lot of JavaScript embedded in pages that was used used to perform advanced client-side functionality and make AJAX calls back to the server. The company needed additional team members to be...
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JavaScript Intellisense and Documentation in VS.NET Orcas by dwahlin

Microsoft's Betrand Le Roy just put together a great post on how to document JavaScript code in VS.NET Orcas. By adding documentation comments, users of your script will get nice intellisense as they type and use JavaScript classes, methods, etc....
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The Power of Anonymous Methods in C# by dwahlin

Anonymous methods are a new feature in C# 2.0 that allow you to hook an action directly to an event as opposed to having a separate event handler. For example, when a user clicks a button and you need to pop-up a MessageBox, you could handle it the standard...
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Simple ASP.NET 2.0 Tips and Tricks that You May (or may not) have Heard About by dwahlin

ASP.NET 2.0 is an awesome framework for developing Web applications. If you've worked with it for awhile then that's no secret. It offers some great new features that you can implement with a minimal amount of code. I wanted to start a list of some of...
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WPF/E Officially Named "SilverLight" by dwahlin

In case you haven't heard, the software plugin formerly known as WPF/E is now officially going to be called SilverLight. More details can be found at http://www.microsoft.com/silverlight/ including a pretty cool video. If you haven't seen what...
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XSLT 2.0, XPath 2.0, XQuery and WSDL Support in XMLSpy 2007 by dwahlin

I've always been a fan of Altova's XMLSpy and have used it since it was first released. Their release of XMLSpy 2007 doesn't disappoint as it adds support for several things that are of particular interest to me such as XSLT 2.0 and XPath...
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Distributed Application Development with .NET 2.0 by dwahlin

I'm teaching Microsoft's .NET Distributed Application Development course this week in Phoenix and wanted to get some sample code I put together posted for everyone that is attending (and anyone else that is interested). The code demonstrates asynchronous...
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AJAX Hacker Attacks - Cross Site Request Forgery by dwahlin

I was reading an article that was posted yesterday about various AJAX security vulnerabilities that was pretty interesting. It documents how many AJAX frameworks allow GET requests to hi-jack JSON messages and process them as desired. This is a big deal...
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