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Category Archives: jQuery

A simple jQuery Qunit-based JavaScript Unit Test Project Template

UPDATE: I just updated the template. You can download it here. Next week, I’m giving a talk on JavaScript Unit Testing at Codestock. I think this is my 5th year. Always a great show and am looking forward to seeing … Continue reading 

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jQuery 1.7 Released – Event handling in a better, simplified and consolidated way

In case you missed it, you can find the announcement here. Apart from the improved delegate performance (which turned out to be a wonderfully simple solution!) – the nicest feature IMO is the standardized way to bind events. The new .on() … Continue reading 

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ASP User Notification Update

I received some great feedback and in response, I have posted this update. First, the code is now on Git: git://github.com/johnvpetersen/ASP-.NET-User-Notifications.git. Second, I removed the backing variables for the properties. Some old habits die hard! With auto properties, there is … Continue reading 

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An easy approach to adding user notifications to ASP web applications

We all have to do it – inform the user of some status such as whether their edit saved properly and/or if a form submission was successful.  The work here is based on something I picked up on the this … Continue reading 

Also posted in ASP MVC, CSS | 2 Comments

Slide Deck and Code Samples from Pittsburgh Code Camp 2010.2

Attached is the slide deck and code samples from my ASP MVC talk at today’s Pittsburgh Code Camp. For my demos highlighting the Telerik ASP MVC Extensions, you can find the source code here: http://www.telerik.com/products/aspnet-mvc.aspx. Thanks to those who attended my … Continue reading 

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Extending ASP MVC with Ajax, jQuery and Json sample code from Philly Code Camp 2010.2

Thank you to those who attended my session. Attached is the code samples and slide deck used in the presentation. If you have any questions concerning the presentation and/or how to apply the code, please do not hessitate to contact … Continue reading 

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Slide deck and code from 9/11 Central Penn Code Camp Presentation

Thanks to all who attended my sessions at this past Saturday’s Central Penn Code Camp. The attached zip contains the sample code and slide deck. As always, if you have any questions concerning this presentation and/or how to applies the … Continue reading 

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PowerPoint and code samples from jQuery, Ajax and jSON in MVC talk at Devlink 2010

Thanks to those who attended. Attached are my code samples and slide deck. As always, if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me on Twitter: @johnvpetersen or via email: johnvpetersen at gmail dot com.    

Also posted in Ajax, DevLink2010, JSON, MVC | 2 Comments

Powerpoint and Code Demos from my MVCConf Presentation

Yesterday, I was fortunate to present at the first MVCConf. My topic was on how to extend your ASP MVC Applications with jQuery, Ajax and jSON. The attached zip contains my PowerPoint slide deck and example code. I hope MVCConf … Continue reading 

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Perhaps the best jQuery overview out there – compliments of Marc Grabanski

If you don’t follow Marc Grabanski, you should – especially if you are interested in learning the ins and outs of jQuery. Marc just posted a new jQuery Essentials slide deck. Carve some time out and run through the deck. … Continue reading 

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