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  • Blog Post: ASP.NET MVC and JSON and when do you use Async

    I wanted to post somewhat of a discussion starter around some of the new technologies that ASP.NET has recently released. ASP.NET MVC This technology has one huge benefit of allowing you to do unit testing on your site.  But there are also a number of other advantages to it, for example, you can...
  • Blog Post: ASP.NET Troubleshooting

    So with how long ASP.NET has been out for now, I am really curious to know how people go about tracking down issues in their project. I’d like to know things like: How do you know there is a problem What tools do you use to confirm that the problem really is a problem How do you gather data about the...
  • Blog Post: Creating an Auto-complete textbox

    It seems that auto-complete is very popular these days with different sites.  So I wanted to show you how you can create your own Auto-complete textbox on your web sites.  There are two ways that this can be accomplished depending on what you are using and what you want to use. Ajax control...
  • Blog Post: The PDC this year…

    Not sure how many people are planning on attending the PDC (Professional Developers Conference) this year, but it is going to be a fantastic conference. We announced some huge announcements on the PDC web site.  http://www.microsoftpdc.com/ We have a major lineup of executive keynote speakers representing...
  • Blog Post: Slow performance of a GridView inside an UpdatePanel

    Here is an interesting problem we ran into recently. The customer had a large GridView that was being updated by AJAX inside on UpdatePanel and seeing bad performance. The reason is that the Client-Side Javascript has to walk the entire DOM of the Content of the UpdatePanel to tear down the HTML DOM...
  • Blog Post: Internet Explorer 8 Beta 1 Hands-on Labs

    Just wanted to pass along some really interesting labs that I came across the other day.  These labs cover the following topics: IE 8 Activities AJAX Developer Tools Standards Support IE 8 WebSlices You can check out all these labs at Internet Explorer 8 Beta 1 Hands-on Labs for Tech-Ed 2008 . Note...
  • Blog Post: ASP.NET Scaling Strategies

    So there is a very good article that came out in the April 2008 issue of the MSDN Magazine, Scaling Strategies for ASP.NET Applications . The main things in this article are: Scaling ASP.NET Applications and databases Optimizing code Using efficient caching Affinity and load balancing...
  • Blog Post: In case you missed MIX

    There were a lot of great sessions at MIX this year and in case you missed them, I wanted to let you know where you can find them at.  For individual sessions, you can go here . But there is a better way to go through some of the really cool information that was there.  On the website for MIX...
  • Blog Post: Ajax View: Remotely Monitoring Web 2.0 Applications

    Microsoft research recently released a new tool to help developers with Ajax applications.  You can check out the site for more information, Ajax View . This is some really cool technology that basically puts a proxy in between the server and the end-users browser and allows instrumentation and...
  • Blog Post: A few minor issues with AJAX and their resolution

    Problem 1 Trying to debug a Javascript file from the Visual Studio IDE, if you try to open it from the Script Explorer, it doesn't open Solution Try to open another script and then go back to the original one and it will open. Problem 2 Cannot set a breakpoint on inline Javascript in the Visual Studio...
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