Simon Ince's Blog

Ramblings of a gadget freak

July, 2009

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    Monitor your ASP.NET Cache API Behaviour

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    Recently I was working on diagnosing a performance issue with a customer’s web site with a colleague (this is one of our favourite engagement types so if you need some help let me know J ), and we found that items were being trimmed very regularly from...
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    Executing JavaScript after a Partial Render

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    I had a fun day debugging some ASP.NET plus jQuery this week, and came across something I’ve known is possible for some time, but that I’ve never actually needed to do... and that was to ensure a bit of JavaScript ran once an UpdatePanel had refreshed...
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    Detecting Server.Transfer

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    How do you know when a page is being rendered as the result of a Server.Transfer, rather than a Response.Redirect or the user browsing directly to a page? Actually it’s quite easy, assuming you’re using the default ASP.NET pipeline. In reality the...
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    String.Unformat: I've created a monster

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    I don’t know if you’re the same, but when coding away I often find myself wishing for a String.Unformat function – call it the evil twin of String.Format . With String.Format I can build up strings like this; var result = String .Format( "http:...
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    Enforcing Unobtrusive JavaScript

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    Unobtrusive JavaScript is a concept that’s been around for quite a while, but it’s now finally starting to make its way into the mainstream. The basic idea is that you should separate your JavaScript from your HTML – so instead of; < a href ="Default...
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    Do you need web client development help?

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    Then tell us what you need! Blaine has blogged a link to a survey that patterns & practices will use to help them understand what challenges that are affecting you the most... so that they can choose the right areas to focus effort in providing guidance...
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