• .NET Web Mobile Kendo UI

    Kendo UI DevChat: Export HTML and UI Widgets to PDF with JavaScript Recap

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    This week on our "Kendo UI DevChat" series on web development, we cover exporting HTML to PDF. If you missed it, check out the replay as we answer questions we couldn't get to live.
  • Kendo UI .NET Web Mobile

    Kendo UI DevChat: Building User-Friendly Forms with Angular Recap

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    We recently kicked off our "Kendo UI DevChat" series on web development. If you missed it, check out the replay as we answer questions we couldn't get to live.
  • .NET Mobile

    How to Create Mobile-Ready WebForms Applications 101

    Developing for the mobile platform is all the rage right now – and rightfully so! I, for one, am tired of having either an experience that plain does not work on my device or having to zoom in and scroll around just to look up some quick information (time tables for busses are my nemesis). There are a few ways to develop against mobile devices like creating a web application that works in the devices browser, creating a hybrid application using HTML and a framework like PhoneGap, or just go plain native. As ASP.NET developers most likely we’ll want take...
    October 16, 2012
  • .NET Mobile

    Quick Tips for Browser Dev Tools – The Console

    Browser developer tools have been around for quite some time now, yet a surprising amount of current, or people looking in to becoming, web developers are unaware of them. This is why I wanted to spend some time on creating a short series looking at, what I think, are the important items to know about these great tools. This is actually the last post out of the series with part one covering the element inspector ant network resources, and part two going over the scripts tab. Today I want to take a look in to the all mighty console which is...
    October 10, 2012
  • .NET Mobile

    Why Is Your Web Page Not Behaving as Expected – Troubleshooting Web Page Scripts

    In my last blog post of this series I covered the element inspector and network resources tab of modern day web browsers’ developer tools. Although there is a large set of what I like to call “modern” web browsers out there I decided to only take a look at three of them; Chrome, Firefox and Internet Explorer 9. Today I want to continue this series and cover another useful aspect of web development tools – the Scripts tab. This tab not only allows you to inspect all of the JavaScript that has been downloaded to the client, it also allows you to...