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Coding Atlas

Atlas, Asp.NET, HTML, CSS and Javascript all playing nicely together

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Sliding Task Lists project (day 5) – Reorder Lists and client side update panel refreshcodingatlas

Tue, 26 Sep 2006 19:26:39 +0000

Yesterday, I have added the ability to save new tasks without postbacks to database. Today, I’m going to bring the lists to life. So far, you could have notice that lists with the tasks were simple html lists (mock up functionality), however today I’ll convert those lists to atlas control toolkit ReorderList control, because I […]

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Sliding Task Lists project (day 4) – database tables and saving new tasks with atlascodingatlas

Mon, 25 Sep 2006 11:50:55 +0000

After the most of UI has been created, in order to get this application to actually do something, I needed to add one database table and one stored procedure. The ‘tblTasks’ table will hold all the tasks, regardless of their type and who do they belong to. Here is how the table looks like: IDTask […]

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Sliding Task Lists project (day 3) – using ModalPopup extender to create panels for adding new taskscodingatlas

Thu, 21 Sep 2006 20:12:48 +0000

For people that read this blog for some time now, you may remember the post “Darken the page and set focus on the user input”. Ok here is a better/quicker solution and it’s called ModalPopup extender. Like the saying goes: live and learn! Today, I’ve added panels (only the UI, the save button is not […]

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Thanks Shawn – CascadingDropDown extender (explained)codingatlas

Wed, 20 Sep 2006 18:04:48 +0000

Several days ago I wrote a post on CascadingDropDown extender. I was a bit frustrated and blog about it, because I have thought it is only possible to use this extender in conjunction with xml document. Turns out, you can use it with datatables indeed. Thanks to Shawn Burke from Microsoft (that’s a world class support,ehh? I ask question on my blog and they answer it on my blog 🙂 here is the solution : The walkthrough is written in C# however, so I’ll write a VB version of it pretty soon.Anyway, I’d like to […]

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Sliding Task Lists project (day 2) – implementing Asp.NET 2 membership providercodingatlas

Tue, 19 Sep 2006 19:23:58 +0000

Today I’ve protected the Sliding Task Lists application with Asp.NET 2 membership provider. Since we are using SQL Server 2005 (remotely) and not SQL Express we needed to do several things in order to complete this step. I will not go in details here, since Membership provider is way out of scope of this blog, […]

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Sliding Task Lists project (day 1) – building a user interfacecodingatlas

Mon, 18 Sep 2006 18:24:58 +0000

I like to start web applications by making the user interface first. That way it’s much easier for me to understand the scope of the project and even define it. The design itself, I’ve done in the very first part of this series. Today I’ve done the HTML/CSS part of this application (you will notice […]

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Sliding Task Lists project – building an atlas application from a scratchcodingatlas

Fri, 15 Sep 2006 12:00:09 +0000

After explaining numerous Atlas functionalities on this blog, I’ve decided it would be a good idea to put all these concepts into practice. So, over the period of next 10 days or so, I’ll build a small, but completely Atlas based application. Along the way, I’ll write regular blog posts about everything being done and […]

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CascadingDropDown extendercodingatlas

Wed, 13 Sep 2006 07:19:39 +0000

The time has come for me to write an opinionated post. In today’s post I will not explain anything, although I was going to… Being so madly obsessed with drop down lists lately (you’ve had a chance to follow my obsession thorough the posts on this blog), I’ve decided to give a try to CascadingDropDown […]

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Master / Detail drop down lists – client side data bindingcodingatlas

Tue, 12 Sep 2006 08:29:39 +0000

Today’s post is a response to a comment I’ve got from Rajesh. Before I go on with the post, I’d like to thank Rajesh for being one of my readers and giving a feedback. So, first the comment: “I have a scenario of client binding where I’m facing problems. I have two select boxes which […]

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Always visible loading imagecodingatlas

Mon, 11 Sep 2006 07:19:51 +0000

In the new version of reBlogger due to come out some time this week, I’ve realized that I need some way to position update progress image so it’s always visible. Because, depending on how many keywords user enters in reBlogger, the page may become quite long and need scrolling, so having an update progress being […]

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