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Response.Redirect() and JavaScript

A toucan perched on a branch in Brazil. Yesterday we covered issues surrounding using Response.Redirect in server side code. We noted that not handing it correctly could prevent code from running on the server that we want to run.

The other issue is emitting Javascript in the server side in association with Response.Redirect().… Read the rest

Response.Redirect() executes too soon on the Server.

tp_vol4_017 I’ve seen this question a couple of times in various situations. The first involves Javascript and the second involves server side code. Both are caused by a misunderstanding of what this function does and how web pages work.

Let’s start with the easy one: server side code.… Read the rest

Managing Email

I recently started using a product called Clear Context that does a much better job of integrating Outlook’s email with Outlook’s calendar. The two things I like best about it are that it allows me to schedule follow-ups on my email.… Read the rest

Friday Books – Silverlight 2 in Action

Product Description
SilverLightInAction ***When you purchase the Print book, you can download a PDF copy from Manning Publications at no additional charge***

Microsoft describes Silverlight as a "cross-browser, cross-platform plug-in for delivering the next generation of .NET based media experiences and rich interactive applications for the Web." That’s a really boring description for a really exciting new technology.… Read the rest

SilverLight – Layout Managers

I know it is customary to start out presentations of new technology with a “Hello World” application, but if you have any interest in SilverLight you’ve probably already seen one of those and it really didn’t help you a whole lot.… Read the rest