December 2008 Blog Posts

  • C# Style Attributes in Script#/Javascript

    [If you aren’t knee deep into Script# or JavaScript this post might not make any sense. If you are into BDD (or TDD) you might want to read further to see some ideas I’m playing with. If you write TDD tools for running tests... please read further... ] [NOTE (For Joe Only): Joe, yes, this is a "shiny stuff" post; some day it might have a practical use at which point I’ll write a non-alpha geek version of this post which will be a tutorial of how to use this to make your life easier.] One of the things I’ve been looking...

  • Script# - Literal feature... How did I miss this one?

    Today, I’m doing some work with Script# and I ran into the one thing about Script# that I don’t like: there are a few areas where Script# just isn’t able to perform some task. This happens a lot when you are developing Atlas (MS Ajax) components instead of using Nikhil’s ScriptFX client library. Today I ran into one of those areas. Specifically I needed to dynamically add/remove options from a select element. In JS this is a breeze for me, but Script#'s SelectElement’s options array is defined as a dictionary which doesn’t allow for adding elements. In the process of...

  • Tampa Code Camp 2008 Wrap up

    Yesterday I had an excellent day at the Tampa Code Camp. My wife gave me a vacation day from the family (thank you!) which makes for a good day that I can just hang out catch a couple sessions, speak, and connect with a few other geeks. I have attached my slides and sample projects to this post (the sample solution requires that you have Script# installed). I also attached my MS Ajax Cheat sheets as well. Normally that would be all that I would put up here, but there were some additional things that happened as a...