• .NET Mobile

    New online resources for the past two weeks

    Below is a summary of the new online resources available for our ASP.NET controls: RadGrid Code library entries: Passing item-related data from the server to the client and vice versa: http://www.telerik.com/community/code-library/submission/b311D-tebbc.aspx Show/Edit boolean values using "Y" and "N": http://www.telerik.com/community/code-library/submission/b311D-tkagh.aspx
  • .NET Mobile

    New online resources for the past two weeks

    Below is a summary of the new online resources available for our ASP.NET controls:radGridCode library entries: Client-side Row Selection Persisted with Sorting and Paging:http://www.telerik.com/community/code-library/submission/b311D-khchg.aspx Saving radGrid scroll position when leaving pagehttp://www.telerik.com/community/code-library/submission/b311D-tdcmd.aspx Printing grid headers on every pagehttp://www.telerik.com/community/code-library/submission/b311D-tcect.aspx
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    WebDD

    February 04, 2007 Share
    Just came back from this year's webDD event at the Microsoft campus in Reading, UK and wanted to give a big thank you to Dave and Phil and all the organizers for the great experience - it was an insightful weekend with Scott Guthries' news on AJAX and WPFe, and a great chance to check back on industry developments with fellow designers and developers. With web standards and the Rails technology heavily emphasized in the sessions, it was truly refreshing to see in action Microsoft's recent dedication to industry standards and their openness to alternative frameworks. Dave Verwer's lecture on Unobtrusive...
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    HACK: debug modifications to the ASP.NET session

    November 21, 2006 Share
    Today I had some strange experience. I have been hunting a strange bug that caused something to be placed in the ASP.NET session at a time that it was not supposed to be.  My biggest problem was finding out who was putting an object in the session and what that object actually contained. I already knew that the HttpSessionState instance was being stored in the current HttpContext's Items collection (thanks to Mr. Lutz Roeder, of course), and my initial plan was to inherit from HttpSessionState and intercept the calls made to methods like Add, Remove, etc.  Alas, HttpSessionState is marked as...
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    Creating Skinnable Checkboxes

    November 20, 2006 Share
    It is a widely known fact, that form controls, and especially comboboxes, checkboxes and radiobuttons are not that flexible as the other html elements and are hardly susceptible to css skinning. Here is a simple client-side solution for checkbox skinning. The tutorial is divided into four chapters, supplied with code listings, and explaining the different parts of the control – xhtml markup, css classes, javascript, checkbox states and more. In the beginning of each chapter there is a list of reference files. Before starting, you may download the script from here.1. Considering the (X)HTML Markup Reference files: • CheckBox.html Prior to the W3C recommendations for xhtml compliance, semantics,...