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  • Visual Studio 2010 and "Attempted to read or write protected memory. This is often an indication that other memory is corrupt."

    I recently got this error with an upgraded project to VS 2010 (web forms). I searched the internet for the error, which I thought wasn't really an error due to a corruption since I could get an MVC app to run and another smaller web forms application. But this one wouldn't run with the local...
    Posted to Brian Mains Blog (Weblog) by bmains on 04-19-2010
  • Location Formats for ASP.NET MVC

    ASP.NET MVC is a wonderful thing. One of the many great features is the ability to customize all of the .NET framework's code by swapping out one implementation and using another. One such instance is creating a custom view engine, which you can do as illustrated in this example: http://www.singingeels...
    Posted to Brian Mains Blog (Weblog) by bmains on 11-23-2009
  • Controller IControllerFactory could not create a controller for controller name 'Content'.

    I got this error when I tried to run this code in my view. <img src='<%= Url.Content("~/Content/Images/logo.gif") %>' /> At first I didn't realize the underlying issue but then quickly realized that when the MVC framework can't find a resource available on disk,...
    Posted to Brian Mains Blog (Weblog) by bmains on 11-10-2009
  • ) Expected Error in ASP.NET MVC

    I've been just getting into MVC lately and run into a weird error, mostly weird because it's mostly due to the error message itself than the actual problem. The problem is very easy to fix, but first, a little background. In the various MVC frameworks out there, there are two ways to render controls...
    Posted to Brian Mains Blog (Weblog) by bmains on 11-02-2009
  • Telerik RadCompression is awesome!

    The latest release of Telerik's RadControls framework for ASP.NET AJAX has a really cool feature: RadCompression. Telerik provides a HTTP module that compresses your JavaScript files, Silverlight applications, and AJAX/web service requests. While it may not work with every request (it doesn't...
    Posted to Brian Mains Blog (Weblog) by bmains on 10-30-2009
  • Sys.UI.DataView rendered event

    Looking at the MSDN documentation for the events pertaining to Sys.UI.DataView, I noticed that it lacked in comparison to the CHM file that comes with the MS AJAX 4.0 Preview 5 download. One of these events is the rendered event, which fires at the end of the binding (itemRendered fires for each rendered...
    Posted to Brian Mains Blog (Weblog) by bmains on 09-25-2009
  • Microsoft Office Web Apps

    Last Thursday 17.09.2009 was a really exciting day, Microsoft announced that Office web apps will be available for a selected group of Windows Live users as part of the Office Web Apps Technical Preview. Well, I am also excited that I was one of those selected users. In order to check if this CTP version...
    Posted to Bashar Kokash' Blog (Weblog) by BasharKokash on 09-19-2009
  • Paging Table Columns Using JavaScript

    I recently have been thinking about tabular displays and how to make them better. For instance, suppose that your final output of an application looked like the following: <table id="tbl"> <thead> <tr> <th>One Header</th> <th>Two Header</th> <th>Three...
    Posted to Brian Mains Blog (Weblog) by bmains on 08-04-2009
  • MVC and GetWebResourceUrl

    Recently, Rick Strahl blogged about his issues with MVC and using some of the essential methods were available in ASP.NET web forms development, considerably the GetWebResourceUrl method (as detailed here: http://west-wind.com/weblog/posts/842507.aspx ). The GetWebResourceUrl method is a useful method...
    Posted to Brian Mains Blog (Weblog) by bmains on 07-30-2009
  • Will MVC Replace Web Forms?

    There has quite been the ASP.NET vs. MVC debates going on the internet these days. I must admit, I'm amused by it because it really comes down to personal preference, and what you are comfortable with. Most importantly, it should be dependent on what's best for the project at the moment. However...
    Posted to Brian Mains Blog (Weblog) by bmains on 07-27-2009
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