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Launching QuickTime movies in the player using ASP.NET AJAX framework
As my dearest friends know, I once existed as a broadcast monkey prior to my life as a code monkey. It gives me great joy that it's finally at least somewhat practical to deliver short-form high definition video via the Internet, even if it is only a...
Science project no more: playing with client frameworks
Awhile back I mentioned how sometimes I get sucked into these science projects, and I end up not doing more productive things. That particular science project was me trying to build a drag-and-drop list. Sounds silly, right? Because there are existing...
Career: Ninja or super multi-functional
In my self-employed "summer vacation" without a standard day job, I find myself working on things that I'm interested, a luxury you obviously don't get whilst working for The Man. Some of it is naturally for the now five-years-old CoasterBuzz, which is...
Posted: Aug 21 2008, 03:37 PM by Jeff | with 2 comment(s)
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ASP.NET AJAX: Moving target
Working with the ASP.NET AJAX framework has been fun. I think the basics are well covered for the most part, and beyond that, your imagination can likely come up with some really interesting UI. What's frustrating, however, is the way it has become a...
Any bets on whether or not JavaScriptSerializer will really be obsolete?
Anyone who does a bit AJAXy goodness knows that it's nice and easy to transport simple objects and arrays back and forth to your server as JSON pieces. And hey, if you're doing it right, trying not to be uber chatty and keep it all zippy, you probably...
Anatomy of an ASP.NET site for amusement park fanboys
This is a post I've meant to write for a very long time. Since 1998, my part-time job of sorts has been to maintain a number of community sites. One of those, started ten years ago, was Guide to The Point . "The Point" in this case is Cedar Point, an...
Gotchas and learnings from refactoring to use ASP.NET AJAX
I promise that one of these days soon I'm going to talk a little about where POP Forums v8 is headed, and what you'll be able to do with it. I don't imagine there's a huge demand for the app, but regardless, it will be available. In any case, I spent...
If only I could have this feature in the library
I really like the ASP.NET AJAX script library. The Sys.UI.DomElement class in particular has some really useful pieces parts. As much as I'm enjoying using it, every once in awhile you find one little thing you wish it did. For example, I have a little...
Impressions of VS2008 after a couple of weeks
I've spent some quality time with Visual Studio 2008 now after two weeks, and I feel like I can give a more extensive impression of the product. Aside from my previous complaint about the FTP browser , I've really enjoyed working with it, but I do sometimes...
ASP.NET AJAX in Action: Awesome!
I haven't bought a programming book in awhile, but I was getting the itch to start reading something a little more in depth to engage my head and perhaps inspire a little. Blogs and other sites just don't offer the kind of depth that a good book can....
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