We all need to parse one data type into another now and again. Parsing can cause your application to fail unexpectedly if you do it wrong. When parsing, you need to be aware what trouble you may get into.
Monday, July 29, 2013
Wednesday, July 24, 2013
Several years ago I posted on the ASP.NET forums a conversation piece. I received much feedback with the presentation of a topic that, even then, was an artifact feature of HTML interpretations. The anchor tag over the decades has been abused beyond what should be normal use. This humble tag had been the hook for many actions that a user may take upon a page.
Wednesday, July 03, 2013
I had a task at a job that I recently held which was to render a list of images into a table with some metadata attached to them. However, there was a small catch. These image URLs that were being provided were generated and the image was not guaranteed to be at the URL that was created. So I had to find a way to render an image unavailable place holder or render the image. Here is the solution I came up with.
Friday, May 31, 2013
NOTE : This lesson uses jQuery as the interface for basic AJAX work. By no means is AJAX a product of jQuery and you do not need jQuery to ...
I have learned much about how RestSharp handles POST requests as of version 102. If you provide parameters of the GetOrPost type, by default...
Working on a project I came to need a formatting filter that would handle presenting GUID in the standard formats. I started by finding a wa...