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Debugging JavaScript in VS2003
Just a quick tip in case you ever need/want to be able to debug JavaScript from Visual Studio. Open up the Internet Options in IE Open the “Advanced“ tab Make sure that the “Disable Script Debugging” option is unchecked Make sure the “Display a notification about every script error is checked Once you have set up the internet options, then all you need to do is where ever you want the javascript code to break, add the debugger; command. Now when you run your app in in ......

Posted On Monday, October 31, 2005 6:26 PM

Whats the deal with Infragistics.WebUI.Shared.dll and the CopyLocal property?
When developers first get started withing with the NetAdvantage web controls, invariably one of the first issues they run into is not having the Infragistics.WebUI.Shared.dll assemblies CopyLocal property set to True. If you forget to do this, then you get a runtime exception that looks something like this: Additionally, once a developer learns that they need to set the assemblies CopyLocal property to True, there is often confusion as to which assemblies need to have this property set. In fact, ......

Posted On Tuesday, October 25, 2005 3:26 PM

Infragistics documentation....we hear your pain...
Over the last few release cycles one consistant message we have heard from customers is that our product documentation needed some serious improvement. Well I am glad to let everyone know that starting with 2005 Volume 3, we are begining a heavy investment in improving our product documentation. We have hired a dedicated Docs Manager who will be responsible for overseeing the development of the product documentation. In the 5.3 release we have worked hard to improve the structure and content of the ......

Posted On Thursday, October 13, 2005 3:48 PM

New Jersey Code Camp
The New Jersey Code Camp (October 15th) is quickly taking shape, the agenda has just been posted, and includes Infragistics very own Derek Harmon doing two sessions: XmlReader and XmlWriter Techniques in .NET 2.0 Flexible SOA through WS Policy-making Register today!! (Cudos go to ScottW for making the code camp happen) ......

Posted On Thursday, October 13, 2005 9:10 AM

Infragistics is hiring
From Tim Hitchings, our senior product manager: Infragistics Is Hiring If you're interesting in working at a very cool company that is constantly growing you really owe it to yourself to take a look here in New Jersey: http://www.infragistics.com... in Melville, Long Island: http://www.infragistics.com... here in the UK: http://www.infragistics.com... these are new positions. Not the result of personnel leaving ......

Posted On Wednesday, October 12, 2005 3:23 PM

Infragistics NetAdvantage 2005 Volume 3 Released
Infragistics has just released NetAdvantage 2005 Volume 3. This release bring significant enhancements and additional to both the Windows Forms controls and the ASP.NET elements of the product. For a complete list and full descriptions of all new features in this release please see http://www.infragistics.com... 2005 Volume 3 Feature Highlights New WebSchedule Elements Web Grid Enhancements WinGrid Column Chooser WinGrid Empty Rows Visual Studio 2005 Style Docking ......

Posted On Tuesday, October 11, 2005 7:10 AM

New Infragistics Downloads
There are a bunch of new goodies available for download from the Infragistics website: NetAdvantage 2005 Vol. 3 Beta 1 NetAdvantage 2005 Vol. 2 [CLR 2.0 Whidbey Beta 2] Beta NetAdvantage Controls for Windows Presentation Foundation Also, if your interested in seeing some very early WPF (“Avalon“) work we have done, check out the WPF Roadmap and the Avalon Tech Preview Video We are extremely interested in getting feedback from users who are testing the Beta versions of NA 2005 Vol 3 or ......

Posted On Tuesday, October 4, 2005 12:06 PM

Infragistics Blog Site
Infragistics now has an official blog site (http://blogs.infragistics.com).  Many of our product managers and engineers are now blogging.  Check it out.

Posted On Tuesday, October 4, 2005 11:37 AM

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