What is this Twitter thing anyway?

May 17, 2008

One sentence answer: You post a short message on twitter, your friends/followers get a real time instant update of what you've written. A little more verbosely: Twitter lets you post short messages to its web service. The messages can say anything, but are limited to 140 characters only. Typically these are updates on where you are, what you're doing, whatever. They can also contain links to things on the web like, for instance, the picture you just took of a huge duck sitting on top of the Tel Aviv Municipality building. You can post these messages...
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Client-side Validation using ASP.net Dynamic Data?

May 14, 2008

I've just finished listening to my first ever podcast (I know, I know). It was the "Phil Haack on Model View Controller" episode of ".Net Rocks!" and I enjoyed listening to it very much. The episode is focused on ASP.net MVC, yet near the end Phil brings the new ASP.net Dynamic Data technology into the picture - surprisingly enough, in the context of validating data of the client-side. Phil suggests that the Dynamic Data feature of using attributes on (or next to) the data model to hint at how data is to be rendered, might, in the...
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