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Implement Yahoo's YSlow in your Asp.net pages
I have got quite a bit of comments and feedbacks on my previous post where I shown how to combine multiple JS and CSS Files into one. So I decided to enhance it a bit more. Now it Supports: GZip or Deflate Compression based upon the browser header. Can be turned on/off from web.config Minifier for both JS and CSS files. Although it is recommended to keep separate version of these files for both development and production instead of minifying it runtime. There are plenty of online and offline tool ......

Posted On Sunday, July 29, 2007 5:14 AM

Combine Multiple JavaScript and CSS Files and Remove Overheads
When developing a large web application especially if it is Ajax enabled, we often ended up with a larger number of JavaScript and Cascading Stylesheet files and it is quite common that more than one JavaScript file is involved for a single functionality. For example, if you are using DataTable widget of Yahoo User Interface you have to add yahoo-dom-event.js, connection-min.js, dragdrop-min.js, json.js, datasource-beta-min.js, datatable-beta-min.js (as per the example). When a browser encounters ......

Posted On Wednesday, July 25, 2007 3:57 PM

Asp.net Ajax and VS2003
Few days back one of my of ex-colleague called me to know what is the best platform of Ajax to work in VS2003 Project, One of his client wants to implement some Ajax features in his existing application . Is it Ajax.net, Prototype, jQuery or Dojo? When I replied him Asp.net Ajax 1.0, he seems bit confused. Yes we can also use Asp.net Ajax for the older version of VS. However, we will not get the full set of features in those older environment. Let me list those features, which will not be available: ......

Posted On Saturday, July 21, 2007 1:07 PM

I am the winner for the Month of June
This morning dotnetslackers announced me as the winner of the XBox article content for the month of June. Special thanks to everyone who vote my Asp.net Ajax Control Development article. Some of my friends asked me why did I choose to write in dotnetslackers over codeproject when codeproject got 8x more traffic. The reason behind choosing dotnetslackers, I think it got much more Asp.net Ajax specialist as a member comparing to codeproject and once it won the Asp.net Atlas Mashup contest of Asp.net ......

Posted On Thursday, July 19, 2007 1:51 AM

Cancel a Web Service Call in Asp.net Ajax
In this post I will show you how to cancel a web Service call after it is invoked, I will also provide you some interesting findings (Maybe a Bug) in Asp.net Ajax Network Layer. There are plenty of examples available on how to abort an UpdatePanel AsyncPostback but none for the WebService. The following will show you how to do it. Since we are going to cancel a call we need a web method which wait for a long time to complete: The Web Method:[WebMethod()] public string LongOperation(int miliseconds) ......

Posted On Saturday, July 14, 2007 5:30 AM

Another Article on Ajax Control Development
Another addition of my Ajax Control Development Article series. This time it is Asp.net Ajax Repeater. Check it out ......

Posted On Monday, July 9, 2007 5:43 PM

Join Community Credit
I just learned that I won the 7th prize for the month of June of Community-Credit contest. I joined it for Fun and it indeed is a fun, they give Stupid prize to Smart People. Check out what I won!!! A Tetris 3D !!!. They usually give 10+ prize in each month, a well thought scheme to decide the winner. You should definitely Join it ......

Posted On Sunday, July 8, 2007 1:47 AM

My Ajax Articles
I have been just informed that Scott Guthrie mentioned my Asp.net Ajax articles in his latest post. Check it out. If you find these articles useful, please vote for me to win the DotNetSlackers.com article contest ......

Posted On Wednesday, July 4, 2007 8:02 PM

SJAX Call
While visiting Asp.net forum, I found an interesting request, A forum member is trying to implement some validator controls where the member wants to call a Web Service method, since the nature of Asp.net Ajax is asynchronous the call does not return instantly. In the reply, another member from Microsoft provides some code which uses XMLHttpRequest to make a Synchronous call to web service. Certainly it does the Job but there is no flavor of Asp.net Ajax Framework. I am not sure the MS guy really ......

Posted On Wednesday, July 4, 2007 6:57 PM

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