April 2009 - Posts

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Scott Guthrie, Jaime Rodriguez and Glenn Block Speaking in Phoenix on May 26th, 2009 by dwahlin

Once a year the Phoenix, AZ area .NET developers get a special treat as Scott Guthrie (one of the creators of ASP.NET and a corporate Vice President at Microsoft for those who may not know him) comes to Phoenix to speak on the latest and greatest technologies...
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Minimize Code by Using jQuery and Data Templates by dwahlin

I’m currently working on a heavily AJAX-oriented ASP.NET MVC web application for a business client and using jQuery to call controller actions, retrieve JSON data and then manipulate the DOM to display the data. Several of the pages have quite a bit of...
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Handling MouseEnter and MouseLeave Events in jQuery by dwahlin

I have a simple table generated by an ASP.NET MVC view and needed to switch out CSS classes as the user hovered over rows.  Initially I used the rather obvious “hover” feature built-into jQuery since it provides a way to write code that’s called...
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Selecting Parent Nodes using jQuery by dwahlin

Here’s a quick tip on selecting parent nodes based on something I had to do yesterday with jQuery on a client project.  I have an ASP.NET MVC page that outputs a basic table containing search results and as a user hovers over an item in a map I needed...
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5 Reasons You Should Take a Closer Look at ASP.NET MVC by dwahlin

I’m an ASP.NET Web Forms fan…always have been since ASP.NET was first released. But, I like to keep an open mind when it comes to new technologies and I decided to experiment with the new ASP.NET MVC framework that Microsoft just released so I knew how...
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Reflecting over JSON Data to Simplify Control Updates with jQuery by dwahlin

My company is currently working on a consulting project that uses ASP.NET MVC and a lot of jQuery and JSON behind the scenes for data transfer which is a lot of fun.  I’m personally tasked with the back-end processes but also handling user interface...
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