All web developers have likely seen how inconvenient it can be for a user to edit some data in an application, then click a link/button to go on to the next task, but only to later realize that all changes made were never saved. This can pose a major problem for users, until they get it down that they need to click the “Save” button before leaving the page. Wouldn’t it be nice for the app to remind them to click the “Save” button? Everyone has seen the “Are you sure you want to leave this page?... [More]
The tag editor featured on the StackOverflow website (and all the StackExchange websites) is a real slick tag editor that makes it much nicer to enter tags than just a plain textbox. I searched a little and couldn’t find anything that works just like theirs, so I decided to build one.
Download Full Source Code: jquery.selectit-0.1.zip
Here’s some example usage of the tag editor:
<div id='SelectBox' style='width: 350px'></div>
<input id='btnClear' type='button' valu... [More]
7. September 2011 14:30
I’ve been using Entity Framework a lot lately and it makes data access really nice. It’s fairly simple to use and maps all your tables to a .NET object model. However, just like any other library, it can be misused and have it’s own issues. I’ve been figuring some things out as I’ve been using it, so I thought I’d share a few tip and tricks that I’ve learned. Here’s the first one: Use “GetObjectByKey” when Querying for a Single data entity Take the following query: var person = (from p in con... [More]