How To Post To A Remote Server From An ASP.NET Web Form

I recently came an across an interesting problem: I had to post an ASP.NET Web Form to a third party Web site. It turns out to be quite a tricky thing to do – so I thought I’d share my solution with you in case you ever need to do the same thing. First off: […]
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Creating a Testable Client-side ViewModel with Knockout

In my previous post, I discussed why I a JavaScript MVC or MVVM framework is essential: It lets you prove, quickly and conveniently, that your code works so that you can assemble applications out of reliable components. In that post I also started on a project to show how one of those frameworks—Knockout—supports the MVVM […]
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Creating Testable Applications with a JavaScript MVC Framework

I love test driven development because, assuming that I’m going to test my code at all, the TDD frameworks make testing much easier and faster—much faster than running the whole application in order to test a few lines of code, for instance. The problem is that my usual JavaScript + jQuery coding practices defeat TDD. […]
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Data Annotations and ASP.NET MVC Validation

Update: Bart’s comment below got me thinking, so I’ve written a follow up post exploring this further and discussing the difference between binding a collection (where the validation etc will work) and working with repeating forms (where either the client or the server will have issues). I’m a big fan of validation using Data Annotations as […]
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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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