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ScriptHelper–For MVC and WebForms projects
Thursday, November 18, 2010 4:38 PM
This issue might seem minor but I always forget the names (exact naming) or number of script files I need to get some features working in MVC or Webforms. In addition, in my applications that require a specific client side feature, I might need a series of dependent scripts to make it work. Failing to include all of them often gives ambiguous errors or the functionality... Read More...
ASP.NET v4 Presentation Deck and Demo’s
Friday, October 2, 2009 1:13 PM
My ASP.NET v4 New Features overview presentation that I delivered at Sydney Deep .Net User Group ( ) is available for download here ( ). Note: If the above link returns a 404 error, please try here instead. It covers almost every single new feature that will be covered in ASP.NET v4 in the next release... Read More...
FromTheGrey – Arts Site
Sunday, May 10, 2009 1:08 PM
Recently, I have been working on creating an arts based website called “ FromTheGrey ” at Its a site devoted to showcasing the pictures and artwork created by my wife Michele. Previously, Michele has been very reluctant to showcase these pieces, but I really like them, as do many others I know, so it took some time and coaxing to convince... Read More...
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AjaxView – Javascript profiling
Sunday, May 10, 2009 11:25 AM
A little while ago, I posted about a tool called AjaxView to allow you to profile javascript code within your web applications. Well, I was contacted by Adam who is working on this tool about its latest incarnation. It appears had a lot of work done to it, and now looks quite slick and is really nice to use. Previously, it was quite raw in use and also with the... Read More...
Animated SiteMap Ajax Control
Thursday, February 12, 2009 9:18 PM
Today, I finally released on Codeplex a control that I had been working on over a year ago, called the Animated SIteMap Control . Its an AJAX Control toolkit control and it has been prototype form for a very long time now. I had planned on releasing it into the AJAX Control toolkit but I got sidetracked and haven’t touched this in over a year. It works fine and... Read More...
Some interesting links for ASP.NET
Friday, January 9, 2009 4:29 PM
Its been a while since I have done any technical stuff as I have been on holidays, relaxing, and generally a lot of nothing. Certainly nothing technical related and have really enjoyed spending time with friends and family. Over this period, Wally has produced some good material around ASP.NET which I feel obligated to share with you….. (ok, so maybe Wally coerced... Read More...
New ASP.NET Podcast on jQuery support
Saturday, December 6, 2008 3:08 PM
Wally has done another good podcast which can be found here on jQuery support in Visual Studio 2008 and how it compares to ASP.NET AJAX by way of some simple examples. jQuery is a great AJAX library and well worth investing some time in getting familiar with. In fact, you can start right now by listening to the podcast :-) Read More...
ASP.NET Podcast Show #119 - Using the History (Back) Functionality with the ASP.NET AJAX Web Services in .NET 3.5 Service Pack 1 Beta 1
Wednesday, July 2, 2008 2:49 PM
Wally has put out another podcast following his series around some of the latest AJAX features in .Net 3.5 SP1. In this installment, he looks at the history (back button) support. Subscribe to Everything . Original Url: Read More...
VSTS 2008, Web Tests and using Fiddler
Tuesday, June 3, 2008 5:04 PM
I have been doing some performance and load testing of a web application I have been working on lately. Most of my previous experience was with the 2005 flavour of VSTS and I was keen to play with the 2008 version to see what improvements have been made. This web application is quite heavy in terms of Javascript and AJAX feature usage. I am happy to report that... Read More...
Profiling your AJAX Applications using AjaxView
Tuesday, June 3, 2008 4:35 PM
Don't know if this has already been discussed at length before, but I found an interesting little tool from Microsoft Research for profiling the Javascript functionality in your AJAX applications. Its called AjaxView and can remotely monitor any AJAX web app that is currently on the web, locally or whatever. You basically, install a small proxy application, then... Read More...
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