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A JavaScript Compression Tool for Web Applications

The Code Project Latest Articles, March 7, 2006
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A tool to compress JavaScript files to reduce their size and improve page load times....

Custom Control Challenge - Entry #1

-[Danny Chen]- Blog of an ASP.NET QA tester, March 2, 2006
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Credit goes to:  crms -at- sina.com   using System;using System.Web;using System.Web.UI;using System.Web.UI.WebControls;namespace TestCode{    [ToolboxData("<{0}:Wait...

More weird JavaScript: variable scope

More Whidbey stuff, February 24, 2006
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I know I'm going to get "only a n00b would not know that" comments, but I'm sure this will help some folks out there, so here it goes. Eilon pointed out to me this morning this weird and very counte...

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XML-BLOG, February 23, 2006
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JSAN - JavaScript Archive Network Ecma WEB SITE BOO - Home JavaScript 2.0 ...

Don't Let Your Site Get Framed

AspNetResources.com articles, news and updates, February 21, 2006
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Looking at my referral logs, I can’t help feeling disgust for all those social networks out there whose members appear to be the most illiterate computer users and the worst offenders on the ban...

Debugging AJAX apps part II - Use the right IDE and how the debugger can complement documentation

the telerik blogs, February 21, 2006
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The AJAX concept is heavily based on Javascript and browser DOM. For a long time now, industry professionals have been sneering at both technologies, calling Javascript a toy/joke/pet language and ass...

ASP.NET 2005 Annoyances #00001 - Master Pages & Javascript Files

Clarity Blogs: ASP.NET, February 17, 2006
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This is my first post in an ongoing series of things that annoy me about ASP.NET in VS2005.  Issue #00001, when using a MasterPage, any content pages not in the same directory as the master pages...

SharePoint Web Part Oscars 2005

Jan Tielens Bloggings [MVP], January 31, 2006
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The Oscar for the best web part goes to ... Who will be the successor of the SmartPart (last year's winner)? Visit Maurice's blog to nominate your favourite web part of 2005:I...

I love Javascript!

More Whidbey stuff, January 25, 2006
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Just kidding. But I think that got your attention :) Seriously, there are things I really like about Javascript (like it being a dynamic language), but some things are just... So unexpected they just ...

Getting in the Christmas Mood with SharePoint

Jan Tielens Bloggings [MVP], December 20, 2005
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I know my pal Patrick loves the Christmas season (trust me; last week we were in Redmond, so I spent lots of time with him), so he'll love the following web part! Todd embedded a JavaScript in a conte...

Portfolio update: Concertgebouw and KLM

QuirksBlog, December 8, 2005
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Quite unexpectedly I was able to add a site to my portfolio that had been shelved for nearly two years: the new website of the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam. In addition I'd like to draw attention to the...

RIALTO - An OpenSource Rich Internet Ajax Toolkit

AJAX, December 3, 2005
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Rialto is a cross browser javascript widgets library. Because it is technology agnostic it can be encapsulated in JSP, JSF, .Net or PHP graphic components. Nowadays it supports pure javascript develo...

The New Amateurs

QuirksBlog, November 17, 2005
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t's time for New Professionalism in the website industry. Basically the idea is that any web developer who refuses to learn CSS and modern, unobtrusive JavaScript, either from ignorance or from a refu...

Selenium F-Tester is impressive

Michael Slatterys Weblog, November 16, 2005
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I've been impressed with Selenium. It's a funtional/acceptance testing framework that is implemented in JavaScript and runs in the browser. I like this concept better than the HttpUnit or Watir. Htt...

this.method() and base.method() in JavaScript

Ajax.NET Professional, November 2, 2005
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I looked around for the problem when you want to inherit from a JavaScript "class" with overriding a method, but I didn't find any solution. Today I tried this, which is working, but not very nice c...

Open a new window maximized

E-Surfers Weblog, September 30, 2005
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Just a javascript function used to open a new window maximized: function openwindow(url) {    var options = 'scrollbars=yes,resizable=yes,status=no,toolbar=no,menubar=no,location=no';&n...

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XML-BLOG, September 27, 2005
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Rails on DebianThe definitive collection of idea generation methodsThe Last Javascript Site You'll Ever Need...

Date Extras Calendar Library

XML-BLOG, September 22, 2005
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The first expansion pack for the Date Extras Javascript Library is here! This is a simple but flexible XHTML and CSS calendar generated through cross-browser javascript. The only two dependencies are ...

Photos on a Map

Nikhil Kotharis Weblog, August 1, 2005
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I have a number of thoughts around richer presentation of photos in my photo gallery beyond the simplistic album/category display I currently have, and for almost a year now, I've been wanting to do s...

I refuse to use that acronym

Visual ActiveKent Sharkey .NET SE 3.11 : ASP.NET, June 28, 2005
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As it was a feature that people thought was, "Nice, but give us a good example." way back when. However, there is a nice Javascript RPC spell checker for your Web apps....

Don't you love standards

James Shaw at CoverYourASP.NET, August 31, 2004
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Fun times today. I planned on spicing up how we present editable content to the user, and figured a little CSS and a sprinkling of javascript would do the job. I'm sure you can guess how wrong I was. ...