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    Patch Makers Featured..

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    Pretty Sweet ! All the Community members who contributed to the new toolkit Release got featured on Kirti Deshpande's blog . This sort of thing makes it doubly nice to work on patches for the toolkit . Community Contributions in Toolkit release 10920 The patch I worked on is adding the Key-Value Pair Capability to the AutoCompleteExtender. Read about how to use this here : How to : Use a Key Value...
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    Happy Birthday to Me !!!

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    Hello all , Today I grow a year older , I am now all of 26 !!! As return gifts to everyone, I am giving out a demo application that encompasses most of my knowledge about the AjaxControlToolkit Animation Extender. Here is a list of the Animations that are demo'd . Basic Animations Fade ReSize Length Color Pulse Discrete Scale Move Case Condition Sequence Parallel Actions Enable Action Script Action...
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    Expand Accordion Panes On Mouse Over Header

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    This is a common requirement I see among users of the accordion , How do I Open Accordion Panes OnMouseOver of the header and Not on header Click ? The answer is pretty simple . Lets walk through this : a) Setup your Accordion < ajaxToolkit:Accordion ID ="Accordion1" runat ="server" ContentCssClass ="grey" FadeTransitions ="false" FramesPerSecond ="25" TransitionDuration ="250" HeaderCssClass...
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    How Do I learn more about the AjaxControlToolkit Controls ?

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    Use Debuggers to see Object State and associated methods : Use the WebDevhelper from Nikhil Kothari which provides you with debug API to inspect Object State. The methods available when you install the WebDevHelper are : window.debugService.trace You can use this api to write messages onto the Script Trace Console. Ex : if ( window.debugService ) { window.debugService.trace( "I am a trace message...
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