Dot Net Has Pointers?
Aug 31, 2010
doses c# dotnet has pointers if yes how can we use it ,
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Mar 24, 2010
I have been learning ASP.NET my self and is about to dive into the nitty gritty by creating a club website for a club.
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Mar 24, 2011
It will be basically pretty simple. It will have around 4-6 pages consisting of:
5. Calendar for events
My question is should I use MVC to develop such website? As I am totally a noob in MVC development, but if it is better then I would need to learn MVC first, otherwise I'll just do it the standard way.What should I use for the calendar of events?
give me any pointers for free tutorial on RADGRID or give me a simple example on how to create a RADGRID and bind it to data source.
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Nov 23, 2010
Used jQuery enough to "enhance" my views (client side validations, modal popups, etc) but for nothing serious.Working on a app that's pretty much what one could call whatever you would call something like Google Mail.So while I'm jumping into some chapters on Asp.Net MVC with Ajax, I thought I'd ask here for some links to good resources on the topic.
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May 26, 2010
One big question is if one will still be able to "post" strongly typed viewmodels? I saw some of the existing code today where the form values (there are multiple "forms" on each view, though I won't call it forms....they are not wrapped in forms!) where the values of the input controls get collected and passed on to an action method with jQuery. Did not make sense to me sending of the individual values seperately into an action method taking like 10 input parameters.
I'm planning to have a desktop app interact with some .ASP or .ASPX pages on a server.
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Jan 18, 2011
I've only done a little bit with .asp pages and I'm thinking I'd just Post or Get a URL with some variables:
I'm wondering if there is any better way to go about this?
Am I missing something? Is there perhaps a better way to go about this?
Within an existing ASP.NET page I've created the following layout, which is a tabbed header and content area. When the tabs are clicked (using JQuery) I show the relevant content, and hide all the other content for that respective tab, like so...
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Nov 15, 2010
I'd like to expand this functionality to make it into a User Control, so that I could re-use the code more easily. Once the control is created, I'd like to be able to use it like this:[Code]....
where I can start learning how to do this, or offer direct help on the code? I've read many tutorials for creating controls using existing controls (e.g. custom labels etc) but they are all too simple. With the above, do I need to create a ContentArea control first, then work onto the TabbedControl? How do I get ASP.NET to render out the contents of my ContentArea (including ASP.NET controls that are contained within it)?
I'm a little stuck here, with my first server control. I'll just post the whole thing, as I'm sure I've done plenty of mistakes. The main thing for me to find out is if there's a more elegang way to write this.
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What I'm trying to accomplish here is to write a panel with custom HTML inside it. Inside the custom HTML, I need to put some server controls I can actually reach. My attempt at finding the span in the code failed, so there's obviously something wrong.
Obviously, I've only just begun, but I'd really value some feedback before I dig myself in too deep ;)