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jQuery – Events

As well as being able to change the class associated with an element or a set of elements on a screen, jQuery also allows you to fire events.  You might want to do this, for example, if you want to simulate the clicking of a button.… Read the rest

Silverlight – Wire up your form for programming

As I mentioned a couple of weeks ago, learning Silverlight is a lot more about relearning some basic assumptions than it is about learning a new language.  We’ve already looked at the basic layout managers available and how that impacts putting a screen together. … Read the rest

When Session Objects Get Created With No Session Variables

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I thought about calling this  Session Object Madness, but it really isn’t that crazy once you think through what’s happening.

Here’s the issue.  I have a client who does work for another client who is hosting their sites at IBM.

I’m told that IBM will not enable any session servers so none of the sites can include session objects.  And that’s where the fun begins.… Read the rest

Manually Adding Event Handlers in VB.NET

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Typically when we write our code, the event handlers get wired up for us using the handles clause.  So we never have to worry about wiring up our event handlers manually.

But what about the case where we want to dynamically add a control to our Windows Form or our ASP.NET page?  For example, add a button.  How would you respond to the button click event?… 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