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November 27, 2012     Comments: 15
Several days ago I finally had time to update the UI of this blog application with our new look-and-feel. Although it wasn't supposed to be a major overhaul - just a change of graphics, styles and a bit of layout tweaking - I wanted to make the left side navigation bar to stay visible when user scrolls the page or resizes it. This article shows how I did that.
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May 11, 2012     Comments: 18
Web Rule 3.0 beta is released. This post contains the list of new features and enhancements 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 14, 2011     Comments: 11
You know (or at least assume) that each JavaScript interpreter concatenates strings inefficiently if strings or string representations of any object are being joined with the "+" operator. It's fine if you just need to join the first and last names. But you really need a more efficient way to concatenate strings if, for example, you have to serialize large objects into JSON or edit XML on the client. .NET has StringBuilder, Java has StringBuffer. Let's build one in JavaScript.
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July 10, 2011     Comments: 5
This article discusses a JavaScript function that submits a focused web form when the user hits Enter key
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