Monthly Archives: October 2013

Good Obama healthcare website question

Good question that asked here: http://video.msnbc.msn.com/nbc-news/53415856 If the site is using huge amount of json then is there a standard for json encryption so far? So sometime it is not about how WOW is your web interface or a few … Continue reading

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The common mistake with input textbox and JQuery. Data Undefined

See the simple JQuery code below. <asp:Contentrunat=”server”ID=”BodyContent”ContentPlaceHolderID=”MainContent”>     <scriptsrc=”Scripts/jquery-1.7.1.js”></script>     <style>     p {       color: red;       margin: 5px;       cursor: pointer;     }         p:hover {         background: yellow;       }   </style>     … Continue reading

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Where to get Picture Manager for Office 2013

You will have no way to get the Picture Manager back in Office 2013. You can download SharePoint Designer 2010 for free then install the Picture Manager from SharePoint Designer.   You can get SharePoint Designer 2010 here http://www.microsoft.com/en-my/download/details.aspx?id=16573

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The Obama healthcare website obvious issues

1. A main page, https://www.healthcare.gov/, has already more than 1000 thousand line of code with half of it are JavaScript. 2. Thing like all.js I doubt some their developers even know what is in it. 3. You might call this secure … Continue reading

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Installing VS 2013

When I started the installation of VS 2013 in my Windows 8 then I got the warning message at the end of the installation dialog Windows Store app development requires Windows 8.1.   Well, you have no other choose but … Continue reading

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The best ASP.NET Webform sample that will work in VS 2008 – VS 2013

This is the sample that I have seen it improving since ASP.NET 2. Webform is still one of the easiest way to develop web applications. If you are a guy that does not want to rely on too many JavaScript … Continue reading

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