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May 13, 2013     Comments: 17
Web Rule Second Beta has been released on May 12, 2013. It includes a preview of the next group of new features planned for Web Rule 4.x.
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March 24, 2013     Comments: 11
Web Rule Beta has been released. It includes a preview of the first group of new features planned for Web Rule 4.x.
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November 18, 2012     Comments: 5
Web Rule version has been released as of November 18, 2012. It contains new features, changes, enhancements and bug fixes.
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September 24, 2012     Comments: 2
We are quite happy to announce that the final version of Web Rule 3.0 has been released today. This release fixes all reported issues and introduces one change to FieldAttribute and ReturnAttribute classes and source object fields of the System.String type.
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July 08, 2012     Comments: 9
Version of Web Rule 3.0 beta fixes all bugs that have been reported so far.
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January 18, 2012     Comments: 16
Web Rule 2.0 beta is released. This post contains the list of new features that were included in this version.
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August 05, 2011     Comments: 13
A friend of mine called me today asking how exactly do we disable buttons on all our websites while clients post data to the server. He says that most of tips that he found on Internet are either prevent buttons from posting back or look quite complicated. He was wondering if our solution is different.
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July 28, 2011     Comments: 3
Even though HTML5 finally defines the "maxlength" attribute for TEXTAREA control (see the references at the end), the need to limit the length of a value and show the count to the end user is still there. In this small article I'm going to show you how to write a small JavaScript object that limits TEXTAREA value and how to implement this client object from an ASP.NET web page.
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July 12, 2011     Comments: 3
Since version 2.0, the ASP.NET documentation suggests that we should keep our connection strings in the connectionStrings section of web.config. This raises a number of concerns. There is a better way...
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