A couple of weeks ago I mentioned that I had built a tooltip using jQuery. We focused mostly on the positioning of the tooltip at the time because, historically, that’s where most of the work has been.
But there are other time-saving features that also make the tooltip code I wrote a lot more flexible.
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A couple of weeks ago we looked at ASP.NET MVC routing in the MVC framework. The routing controls which method in which controller gets called.
The obvious next question is, how do we get from the controller to the view?
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Fortunately, there is.
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This post has been percolating in my brain for several weeks now and I think it’s finally at the point where it’s “done.” Well, see…
The problem area is this. At what point and under what conditions would you write the code yourself vs. using a content management system? And if you were to use a content management system, which one should you use and why?
Along the way I’ll tell you what my current choices are, but more importantly, I’ll tell you what my thought process is. So even if you decide to use different tools than I do, you can ask the same questions to select the tools you have decided to use.
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One of the companies I work for recently took over a project from another vendor. As we started to maintain the site, we noticed that we could not drag and drop controls onto the page and get any more than a stub of the control. <asp:hyperlink runat=”server”></hyperlink> is ALL we got when we dropped the hyperlink control onto the designer.
In fact, every ASPX control on the page displayed the error, “Unrecognized tag prefix or device filter ‘asp.’”
What’s up with that?
Thinking that there must be something wrong with our development environment, or at least something wrong with how we have the project configured, I started my search on Google.
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