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In a previous post Using Handlebars Templates to Render HTML on the Client I discussed how the Handlebars script can be used to dynamically generate HTML on the client. It provides a simple yet powerful way to convert data retrieved from an Ajax call or created locally into HTML without writing a lot of custom … Continue reading Creating Handlebars Template Helpers
ASP.NET 3.5 introduces a new control called the ListView that allows developers to have 100% control over the HTML markup that is generated while still providing paging, inserting, updating, and deleting support. To me the ListView control is a nice blend between the GridView and Repeater controls with new features added. In this video I … Continue reading Using the ASP.NET ListView Control and freezing the header, video by Dan Wahlin
Lately I’ve been working on a pet project where I needed to freeze a GridView header so that it didn’t move while the grid records were scrolled by an end user. After searching the Web I came across a lot of “pure” CSS ways to freeze a header. After researching them more they tend to … Continue reading Freeze ASP.NET GridView Headers by Creating Client-Side Extenders
Update: This video was created before the final release of ASP.NET AJAX and refers to the client-side debug class. This class was renamed to Sys.Debug in the final release of the product. Debugging is a key skill that every developer has to learn to become productive. However, how do you debug ASP.NET AJAX applications and … Continue reading Debugging ASP.NET AJAX Applications with VS.NET 2005