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jQuery.continuations In Action

I’ve been getting quite a few questions about jQuery.continuations after my last round of posts and the lightning round I gave at ADNUG last month. I have this horrible habit of pretending that I’m a lot more articulate than I … Continue reading 

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Our Ajax Conventions–Validation

As I mentioned in my previous posts, I’m doing a write up of our AJAX conventions and how they’re paying off for us. In this series of posts, I’m going to cover a few topics: The AjaxContinuation Clientside Continuations Request … Continue reading 

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Our Ajax Conventions–Request Correlation

As I mentioned in my previous posts, I’m doing a write up of our AJAX conventions and how they’re paying off for us. In this series of posts, I’m going to cover a few topics: The AjaxContinuation Clientside Continuations Request … Continue reading 

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Our Ajax Conventions–Clientside Continuations

As I mentioned in my previous post, I’m doing a write up of our AJAX conventions and how they’re paying off for us. In this series of posts, I’m going to cover a few topics: The AjaxContinuation Clientside Continuations (this … Continue reading 

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Our AJAX Conventions – The AjaxContinuation

My team is coming out of the “infrastructure buildup” phase enough for me to take the time to blog. So, I’m going to do a write up of how we’re handling anything and everything AJAX and how it’s paying off … Continue reading 

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Handlers – A useful FubuMVC Convention

Update These conventions have been pulled into FubuMVC.Core and are no longer in a separate repository. Background One of the little known treasures of FubuMVC is its highly extensible route generation mechanism. The default policy is great for most cases. … Continue reading 

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