Monthly Archives: September 2009

Making JavaScript APIs Easier to Use

Todd Anglin presented some of the AJAX functionality available in ASP.Net 4.0 at this months ADNUG meeting.  One of the things he demonstrated was the Client Side binding, which is really cool (I’ll have more on this later).  In one … Continue reading 

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JQuery Does Not Like QuirksMode

I was helping a client out today with a JQuery issue. They were well into the development of an applications that heavily uses the JQuery UI dialog widget to show information.  Like most web developers they were using Firefox/Firebug for … Continue reading 

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