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CSS Adapter: Beta 3 released
CSS Adapter beta 3 was released just over a week ago now so this is probably old news!! However you should know that the bug I found detailed here is still there, so I still needed to edit a little of the code for IE6 to work OK. However another bug I was invloved seems to be fixed, I must say this fixed bug is certainly more important one to fix so top marks to Russ Helfand on this. Anyone who is yet to use this, I would at least recommend using it on the Menu control; I have saved around 20KB on ......

Posted On Monday, October 30, 2006 3:00 PM

Atlas to ASP.net AJAX: Cascading Drop Down
In my last post I went over a couple of problems I am found while migrating to the new AJAX beta framework. Mainly this was related to Web Services with a little on the Cascading drop down control...I have since got some more info in about this control so instead of updating that post I thought that the Cascading drop down deserved one all of its own!!! :) I am only going to cover the problems I found when migrating; this is not a tutorial on using the control. There are plenty of those around! 1. ......

Posted On Monday, October 23, 2006 9:25 PM

Atlas to ASP.net AJAX: Calling a Web Service from AJAX Beta1
I am currently converting my app from Atlas CTP to ASP.net AJAX, I am having a few problems here and there...least of all intellisense doesn't work but the page builds and displays?? Wait to here from the ASP.net forums on that one...stay tuned! A change from the CTP's, to call a web service through the MS AJAX library you need to add the.... [Microsoft.Web.Script.Servi... ..to your web service class or add the Microsoft.Web.Script.Services namespace to your to the using statements. ......

Posted On Sunday, October 22, 2006 11:31 AM

Microsoft ASP.NET AJAX Beta 1

MS have released the beta 1 of the AJAX library.  This is an official release and has the code feature that will be supported when its finally released.

Check Scott Gu's post here

Posted On Friday, October 20, 2006 5:11 PM

Colour - soooo important! Find the HEX value of any colour.
I love working with our designers to get a great UI, I'm lucky enough to normally develop my applications/systems across all tier's, not a huge fan of SQL development but any coding is better than none...right!!! anyway presentation layer development is one of my favorite. Now with the power of Microsoft AJAX Library (so PC!) in my backpocket we can really pull off some great looking and ' awesome experience' UI's. Well being a programmer my flare for layout and colour co-ordination is not fantastic!! ......

Posted On Tuesday, October 10, 2006 5:26 PM

Visual Studio 2005 Crash Dump
I have been having a problem with VS 2005 and CSS files, often when i try and save a CSS file VS will crash. Some of you have probably got the same issue??? I have at work and home so I assume it's not just something with my install! So I emailed MS to see if the bug has been fixed in SP1....although not exactly sure they have asked me send them a crash dump and pointed me to this link for info so i thought i would share. http://blogs.msdn.com/mikha... Steve ......

Posted On Tuesday, October 10, 2006 8:22 AM

dotnet User Group? Code Camp? in the UK - No!

I often read people blogs and they are off to Code camp or some event with their user group talking about the free stuff they get from MS and well, I want to go! BUT...I live in England, near Bristol.  I can't seem to find any such thing near me!

So (two part question!)

1.  Is anyone out their from my area and part of a dot net user group?

2.  How would I go about starting one? Who is the best person to contact about this?

Thanks

Posted On Tuesday, October 3, 2006 3:59 PM

Rome - What a place
Well, I got back from Rome about a week ago so I thought I would blog my thoughts and a couple of pics for you to take a look at. The city is pretty mental, I have never seen driving like that before!!!! Probably the most impressive city (architecturally speaking) in the world especially considering so many of the buildings were build about 2000 years ago....man you should see the Colosseum, WOW! We actually had a guide take us round which made it even better. Everywhere you look you are amazed by ......

Posted On Sunday, October 1, 2006 6:12 PM

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