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8th Prize Winner of Community-Credit January 2009

I have won the 8th Prize in Community-Credit January 2009 contest.It has been an great experience to be a part of the full community and do what I like to do. But to be awarded for doing what you love to do is great.

 


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Posted by vijay on Wednesday, February 18, 2009 7:53 AM
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Microsoft releases CTP of Visual studio 2010 and Dot net framework 4.0

According to Scott Guthrie VS2010 was built using the Windows Presentation Foundation. VS2010 will offer features like multi-monitor support, richer code editing and richer code visualization.

Check this .Net 4.0 framework poster


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Posted by vijay on Thursday, October 30, 2008 7:36 PM
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Tools to help you make pages faster

Response times, availability, and stability are vital factors to bear in mind when creating and maintaining a web application. Check this excellent list of tools

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Posted by vijay on Wednesday, June 18, 2008 3:30 PM
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Read-only Textbox View state problem in ASP.NET

For a Textbox with Read-only property set to true, text is not be posted back to the server side.

From MSDN..

The Text value of a TextBox control with the ReadOnly property set to true is sent to the server when a postback occurs, but the server does no processing for a read-only text box. This prevents a malicious user from changing a Text value that is read-only.

To set a Textbox read-only and keep the text on post back, use the following code..

We can get it from the Request object as shown below…

  TextBox1.Text = Request[TextBox1.UniqueID]; //Another approach… 
  TextBox1.Text = Request.Form[TextBox1.ClientID.Replace("_", "$")];

Posted by vijay on Tuesday, July 31, 2007 2:20 PM
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