Announcing New IT Training Courses: Make Better Use of Your Company’s Data

Curious about how you can enhance your AngularJS or SQL server skills? Or do you want to learn how to capitalize on data stored in Hadoop? Develop your IT skills and make more informed business decisions with the addition of our three new IT training courses! Our 3-4 day courses are designed to deliver both […]
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Supporting Multiple Versions of jQuery

I was in New York recently teaching my ASP.NET Web Forms class while one of my colleagues was teaching my jQuery class a couple of doors away. One of the students in the jQuery class asked an interesting question, and since another instructor – Randy Casburn – was sitting in the back of the room, […]
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Creating a Custom DNN Module and Integrating Captcha

I recently had a customer request to add a Contact Us form to their DNN installation. It’s something I hadn’t done for a while. In fact, it’s been so long that the language has changed. Last time I played around behind the scenes on DNN (or DotNetNuke as it then was), the language was VB […]
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ASP.NET Web Forms and jQuery Mobile Reconsidered

I’ve written before on this blog about the problems with combining Web Forms and jQuery Mobile. At bottom, it boils down to this: the Ajax navigation does not play well with ScriptManager. Beyond that, when working with jQuery Mobile you have multiple pages in the DOM at the same time, so you have to make […]
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Allowing Users to Select Mobile or Desktop Views

My jQuery Mobile/ASP.NET MVC site, cocktailsrus.com, began as a pure jQuery Mobile site. I then added a desktop view and automatically switched users to the appropriate view depending on their device. This works pretty well – especially with the 51Degrees NuGet to improve on the built-in device detection – but even so, there are occasions […]
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