I should have known that: 3/26/2009

You know what this is going to be about.  Things I should have known about earlier than TODAY! 1. JavaScript: setTimeout(function, milliseconds);  After a specified number of milliseconds the passed in function gets executed. Why I should have known this: useful for un-obtrusive UI design.  Display a message, but instead of making the user close […]

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JQuery 1.3.2: Performance and IE8

For all of the JQuery lovers out there, the JQuery has now released version 1.3.2.   http://docs.jquery.com/Release:jQuery_1.3.2 There are no new “features” in this release (unlike .Net service packs), but I looks like it is worth the download. First off: speed improvements — even with IE6.  These come in a number of areas: the selector engine, […]

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JavaScript Arrays via JQuery Ajax to an Asp.Net WebMethod

Long title, but this is a problem that has haunted me for a while now.  I have an Asp.Net WebMethod that takes a List/IEnumerable/Array of stuff as a parameter, how do I send that stuff to that method using the JQuery Ajax method. Now, without having to reinvent the wheel, do check out David Ward’s […]

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