Combining Google Maps with ASP.NET Web Forms – Part 1

One question that keeps cropping up while I’m teaching is – how do I include Google Maps in ASP.NET pages? The short answer is – it’s incredibly easy: just go to this page, follow the steps and you’ll get code you can paste into your page. The problem with that is it only works for […]
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Back to the Real World

I have not made a post in some time. My excuse is that I have returned, for a period, to the “real world”. I am taking a break from teaching for Learning Tree to pursue a very interesting consulting opportunity that has come my way. I am now working with a streaming media application providing synchronous […]
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Google Coding Style Guides

Google have made their internal coding style guides publicly available. I’ve been checking out the HTML and CSS and JavaScript guides over the past couple of days, and would strongly recommend that anyone working on the client-side take a look at both. Guides like these are full of little tips and tricks. They give you […]
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Validating That At Least One TextBox Has Content

I came across an interesting little validation problem on my current project. The site is for members only – and in order to become a member, you need to be nominated. You can provide either one or two nominators, but you must provide at least one. So how to force users to enter text in […]
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Retrieving Data with a JavaScript MVC Framework

This is part of series of posts on building reliable, testable Ajax-enabled applications using a JavaScript MVC framework. In my first post, I discussed why this was a key technology and set up my initial server-side resources in an ASP.NET MVC application. The second post created the test framework for the application, using QUnit for […]
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