• .NET Mobile

    RadControls and ASP.NET Dynamic Data - Part Deux

    UPDATE: You can download the latest Dynamic Data bits from here. It seems that I've managed to mess things up in my previous blog post. The sample web site and user controls work but ... they are using the December CTP release of ASP.NET Dynamic Data! Kudos to Scott Hunter for spotting the problem. It seems that albeit I installed the latest Dynamic Data bits I forgot to uninstall the December CTP and Visual Studio 2008 was still using the old Web Site template. Be careful when installing the new bits - uninstall any previous releases first! The sample web site and...
    April 16, 2008
  • .NET Mobile

    RadControls and ASP.NET Dynamic Data

    UPDATE: You can download the latest Dynamic Data bits from here. ASP.NET Dynamic Data I am thrilled to announce that there is a new drop available for the ASP.NET Dynamic Data. You don’t know what the heck that is? It is the upcoming technology from the ASP.NET team which is designed to help you build web sites faster. Go check the following links immediately: http://weblogs.asp.net/scottgu/archive/2008/04/10/asp-net-dynamic-data-preview-available.aspx http://sessions.visitmix.com/?selectedSearch=T24 http://blogs.msdn.com/davidebb/archive/2008/03/06/dynamic-data-at-mix-and-upcoming-changes.aspx http://davidebbo.members.winisp.net/screencasts/dbimage.wmv http://www.hanselman.com/blog/PuttingASPNETDynamicDataIntoContext.aspx Points of extensibility One of the key features of ASP.NET Dynamic Data are the DynamicField and his buddy the FieldTemplateUserControl.  DynamicFields represent the field of your objects. The FieldTemplateUserControl displays and edits the corresponding DynamicField – integer, decimal, date time...
    April 14, 2008