User Controls, Update Panels and JQuery scripts all working together happily.

While working on implementing new functionality on my online favorites manager (www.linqto.me) which I encourage everyone to check out, I came across the following problem: Given a UserControl, I would like to have an UpdatePanel that would refresh some of the HTML that was generated by user control on the pages it is used on….

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Making sure one’s site is compatible with Internet Explorer 11

I have seen a couple of support calls recently that seem to center on various customer ASP.net websites that are not working well (or at all) with Internet Explorer 11. The issues are mostly centered on functionality available on the site’s pages that works well in Internet Explorer 11 in compatibility mode or in other…

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Working with ScriptManager and AddHistoryPoint on Master Pages with ASP.net WebForms

While working on my bookmarking site (www.linqto.me), I came up against the following problem: how to make Ajax search pages be persistent even after the user navigates away from them, and then comes back. To illustrate this example, go to www.linqto.me/Links/Search and then search for something like ASP.net – then click on a search result….

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Developing ASP.net 4.5 Webforms apps with Visual Studio 2012 – Part 12

The twelfth and final video in the series finishes the implementation of the Repository Pattern in WebForms. The video shows how to move the Insert / Update and Delete entity methods from the code behind to the repository classes, and how to use the ModelMethodContext object to do unit testing on repository methods. << Previous…

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Developing ASP.net 4.5 Webforms apps with Visual Studio 2012 – Part 11

The eleventh video in the series looks at implementing the Repository Pattern in ASP.net WebForms. The pattern aims at moving all the code dealing with Data Access Layer out from the code behind of the different web-pages and into the dedicated repository classes. << Previous Chapter | Next Chapter (Implementing CRUD with the Repository Pattern)…

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Developing ASP.net 4.5 Webforms apps with Visual Studio 2012 – Part 10

The tenth video in the series looks at sorting and pagination and explores how the code used to select records and load them into the GridView deals with both pagination and sorting using Lazy Loading. It also shows some of the CSS template improvements that come with the standard CSS template shipped with Visual Studio….

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Developing ASP.net 4.5 Webforms apps with Visual Studio 2012 – Part 9

The ninth video in the series continues to finishes the discussion on Dynamic Data and goes on to present how validation controls have evolved in ASP.net 4.5. I look at the way unobtrusive Java Script validation is implemented in the validation controls and how error handing can be done when performing operations on the model…

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Developing ASP.net 4.5 Webforms apps with Visual Studio 2012 – Part 8

The eight video in the series looks at implanting dynamic data for WebForms, and replacing earlier data bound controls with Dynamic Data Field Templates. In this way, the entire presentation layer of the application can be driven by the attribute directives that are placed on the Entity Framework model classes. It then goes on to…

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Developing ASP.net 4.5 Webforms apps with Visual Studio 2012 – Part 7

The seventh video in the series looks at implementing Routing in the application. Mostly associated with ASP.net MVC Routing has also been available in ASP.net WebFoms as well, and this video looks at implementation of routes, from simple static ones, to complex parametric one. << Previous Chapter | Next Chapter (Dynamic Data) >> By Paul…

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Developing ASP.net 4.5 Webforms apps with Visual Studio 2012 – Part 6

  The sixth video in the series looks at implementing CRUD using strongly typed data binding. I update the form vie controls to allow insertion of data, updating and deleting of data, and show just how easy it is to accomplish this by using the Entity Framework model classes created in previous videos. << Previous…

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