New ASP.NET Training Course at Learning Tree

I was back in Learning Tree’s Reston offices last week, presenting the beta of my new ASP.NET course – Building ASP.NET Web Applications: Hands-On.  (The beta is part of our course development process where we try out the course in front of students for the first time.  Their feedback is an important part of refining […]
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Managing jQuery Mobile and ASP.NET MVC Compatibility Issues

jQuery Mobile is a great technology for producing mobile-friendly applications that work on multiple devices. ASP.NET MVC is a great technology for creating elegant, scalable Web applications. The two were made for each other: so much so that the Visual Studio 11 beta includes jQuery Mobile along with ASP.NET MVC and even provides a specific […]
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Managing Screen Updates When Loading UI Controls Using Ajax

I came across an interesting problem recently while working on www.cocktailsrus.com. I was adding a new rating system allowing members to rate cocktails on a scale of 1-5. I wanted to do something that was accessible, but also visually appealing and appropriate, so that this: could easily and accessibly be converted into this: The answer, […]
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Improved Device Detection with ASP.NET

This is a follow up to my last post where I did a quick-and-dirty hack to get around the limitations of ASP.NET’s built-in isMobileDevice property. At the end of that post, I said I was going to wait and see if Microsoft did a better job next time around before I went to the trouble […]
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Simplifying Dynamic Ajax Forms with jQuery Delegates

Recently I was working on an ASP.NET MVC application that made extensive use of Ajax. It’s a version of Chutes/Snakes and Ladders using HTML5 and JavaScript. I used jQuery for the Ajax, of course (what do you expect? I wrote the Learning Tree course jQuery: A Comprehensive Hands-On Introduction). As always, jQuery was a pleasure […]
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