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Web Development Goes Pre-Visual InterDev by Ken Cox [MVP]

As a longtime and hardcore ASP.NET webforms developer, I’m finding the new client-side development world a bit of a grind.  I love learning new technologies, but I can’t help feeling we’ve regressed and lost our old RAD advantage as we move heavy...

Fix: IIS and This page contains both secure and nonsecure items by Ken Cox [MVP]

After moving a production site to use HTTPS exclusively (using the excellent IIS URL rewrite module), Internet Explorer 9 drove me nuts with the “Security Information” warning: “This page contains both secure and nonsecure items. Do you want to display...

Enabling JavaScript IntelliSense in External Libraries by Ken Cox [MVP]

To get JavaScript IntelliSense working in VS 2008 SP1, you need to tell IntelliSense the location of the libraries that you're using. You do that by adding a special comment at the top of the .js file. It's three slashes followed by the reference in an...

Visual Studio 2008 SP1 Adds JavaScript Formatting by Ken Cox [MVP]

Just a "two thumbs up" for the addition of JavaScript™/JScript® formatting in Visual Studio 2008 Service Pack 1. I don't like leaving messy-looking code - especially since JavaScript makes the trip all the way to the client. My formatting preference is...

Volta: Words I Love to Hear by Ken Cox [MVP]

Gosh, it's hard to believe what I'm reading about Volta ! I don't like writing client-side JavaScript. Wouldn't it be nice to write an application in VB and then let someone or something else worry about the needs of the browser? How about these quotes...
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