HTML5 Training Course At Learning Tree

I’m in Reston this week, attending our new HTML5 class. The author, Andrew Andrews III is also teaching it this week, and it’s a lot of fun. Andrew’s the Technical Editor on my jQuery course so I know him pretty well – and I’ve been looking forward to the class for a while. What is […]
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jQuery 1.7 Has Been Released

The latest version of jQuery went live yesterday. The big news in this version is a significant change to the event model. The code you’ve learned in Learning Tree classes still works – but it is now legacy code. Your apps will run more quickly if you move to the new model. It’s also simpler […]
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Tips for Using HTML5 with ASP.NET MVC

The mobile version of jQuery is due out in the next few weeks – it’s currently a release candidate – and I’m working on a project using it. I haven’t done much in the way of mobile development so far, as I’ve been kept permanently busy doing traditional Web development. However, the release of mobile […]
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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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