October 2006 - Posts
The folks over at ComponentArt have started blogging. According to the dates of posts, the blog just went up today. The address for their blog is: http://blogs.componentart.com/
. Their first big post seems to be http://blogs.componentart.com/miljan/archive/2006/10/31/ASP.NET-AJAX-Beta-1-and-ComponentArt-Web.UI.aspx
where Miljan talks about ASP.NET AJAX Beta 1 and ComponentArt Web.UI. Interesting stuff. I look forward to reading more.
I'll be in Chattanooga, TN on November 14 to talk at the Chattanooga .NET User Group. The topis going to bethe Microsoft AJAX Library.
I will be speaking in South Bend, IN on November 21, 2006, the Tuesday before Thanksgiving
. The subject will be Sql Server 2005 CLR Objects. If you are in the area, please come out. I will have some books to giveaway. I might have some more tshirts, but that is questionable right now.
The UpdatePanel and the asynchronous postback support a new client side
side page lifecycle. I've been going through this over the past couple
of days. Its pretty interesting stuff.
For More Info: http://ajax.asp.net/docs/tutorials/usingMsAjaxLibrary/default.aspx.
I've been work with getting data back from a web service with the October Release and using the Core Bits. If I try and return a datatable, I have been getting an error. I did some checking and I found that the datatable serializer is in the CTP dll, so this has been a frustrating situation. I did some reading and some additional checking and it looks like the only way to return data from a web service through a web service is by creating a strongly typed set of objects. I've been creating a Generic List<T> and then calling a .ToArray() when I return the data. if you have some additional suggestions, feel free to add them as a comment in this message.
Originally posted at: http://morewally.com/cs/blogs/wallym/archive/2006/10/29/462.aspx
Sweet, MySql has released a plugin for Visual Studio .NET 2005. Its beta right now, but it is in the works.
Very Nice. I am looking forward to seeing what ComponentArt comes up with. I wish I had the time to actually check it out.
If you start checking ou the new tags, most of the tags have had their prefix change from atlas: to asp:. I say most because the UpdateProgress has not had its prefix changed.
Original Post: http://morewally.com/cs/blogs/wallym/archive/2006/10/20/439.aspx
Original Post @ aspnetpodcast.com: http://aspnetpodcast.com/CS11/blogs/asp.net_podcast/archive/2006/10/25/742.aspx
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There is a new trigger UI for the UpdatePanel in Visual Studio .NET.
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