Friendly Alerts with Toastr.js in WebForms

7. August 2013 21:55 by Jonathan in   //  Tags:   //   Comments (1)
This is more of a code snippet than a post but I’ve been using this lately and it’s a very simple and clean way to display user-friendly messages to your users. It will require you to use toastr.js which can be installed using NuGet.   Toastr.js requires jQuery 1.6.3 or greater which will b... [More]

Maintaining Checkbox State in a GridView When Paging

7. August 2013 19:51 by Jonathan in Twitter Bootstrap  //  Tags: , ,   //   Comments (0)
I was recently approached with a question on how someone could implement a checkbox field in a paged GridView that would allow a user to make selections on one page then change pages and still have those selections remembered when they move back to the previous page of data. The reason this problem ... [More]

Twitter Bootstrap Alert Using WebForms

3. January 2013 17:58 by Jonathan in Twitter Bootstrap  //  Tags: , ,   //   Comments (0)
The Twitter Bootstrap alert component is an easy and good looking way to provide feedback to a user. The example from the Twitter Bootstrap web site uses straight html.   <div class="alert"> <button type="button" class="close" data-dismiss="alert">×</button> ... [More]


16. December 2012 22:28 by Jonathan in Twitter Bootstrap  //  Tags: , ,   //   Comments (0)
I have recently began working on a small project to create some html helpers using the Twitter Bootstrap framework. Right now the library is a work in progress and probably not anywhere near ready for production use. This is also my first attempt at creating a library of html helpers so I'm sure the... [More]

ASP.NET MVC Using Twitter Bootstrap Typeahead via Ajax

3. December 2012 22:50 by Jonathan in Twitter Bootstrap  //  Tags: , , , , ,   //   Comments (0)
This is going to be a relatively short post I think The Twitter Bootstrap API has a lot of great features that can really decrease the amount of time it takes to create a decent looking web site. One of those features is the typeahead javascript feature. If you are familiar with jQuery UI then you m... [More]

Dynamically Setting GridView Columns

18. November 2012 16:06 by Jonathan in   //  Tags: , ,   //   Comments (1)
This post will show you how to define your columns programmatically in the codebehind. It's a little more work and requires an extra trip to the database, but here's how you could do it.First, a quick side note: I am using Entity Framework and the System.Linq.Dynamic namespace, which can be add... [More]
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