In my last post I looked at how WCF Web API plays well with JQuery Templates. A former colleague of mine questioned if it could be used in all scenarios. This is a rather broad question, but I do think it can be used for most of your templating needs. So in this post I will give an example of what can be done just with templates – and then I will take a look at KnockoutJS to make my templating scenario even sweeter.
With this dramatic title I mean that something has changed in my gadgetery. After 9 years I am leaving the Microsoft mobile platform, who knows if for good. 9 years!! That is, in Internet years, like, I don’t know… 3 centuries? half-an-eon? Anyway, a long time it is. I have owned a device with a mobile OS from Microsoft since the first device with Pocket PC 2002 was released. After that, a trustworthy Windows Mobile 2003, a not-so-trustworthy WM6 Professional (I skipped WM5, not that I think missed anything), a pretty stable WM6.1 in a device in which I managed to smuggle a WM6.5.something ROM in. Besides, I have laid my hands onto Windows CE 2.11, PocketPC 2000, and the archaic Smartphone editions. And yeah, I have occasionally borrowed a Windows Phone 7.
Måske et lidt mærkeligt spørgsmål, men når man snakker design og identitet på nettet, så er det også et fornuftigt ét. Det hjælper til, at holde fokus, når man skal tage beslutninger om browserkompatibilitet, og især udnyttelse af mediet. Med mobile enheder og stadigt flere browserfunktioner, er emnet mere aktuelle end nogensinde før. Og vil man have succes, bliver man nødt til at foretage bevidste valg – og de er ikke alle tekniske.
I am so fortunate to be attending Tech Ed 2011 North America in Atlanta. Here’s a little diary of what has happened yet. … So dear diary There’s a 6 hour time difference between good old Denmark and Atlanta. So it was a quite exhausting trip here. But I dodged the jetlag bullet even though I was a little groggy […]
Ahoy everyone. I have published an article in The Code Project showing off some of the things NMoneys can do for your application. Have a read, discuss and get involved. It is worth it, if you ask me . Daniel Gonzalez Garcia Vertica A/S
Since my last blogpost about Web API Glenn Block appeared on Hanselminutes so it seems to be hot stuff at the moment. Having already written part of this blogpost, as it was actually part of the last post before I decided to break it in half, it seems a good time to finish it and get it out there. So building on my last post I will also take a look at how Web API plays along with JQuery and the new JQuery templates.
I forbindelse med den ugentlige ANUGCast, et podcast initiativ hos den lokale .NET brugergruppe Aarhus.Net Usergroup, blev jeg interviewet af Søren Spelling Lund til en snak omkring mine erfaringer med Microsoft Commerce Server. I forbindelse med snakken kommer Søren og jeg bl.a. ind på den kommende version af platformen, pt. navngivet “Microsoft Commerce Server 2009 R2”.
Over the last couple of weeks I have been looking a bit at the WCF Web API which I think is looking very promising. Web API is one of Microsofts newer open source projects, aiming at providing http based services on top of WCF – while providing an easy to use API that give developers full control. In a way […]
A piece of advise that is often given to developers who want to keep improving, is to learn a new programming language every year. I mostly think it holds true if you try to learn a new paradigme – because just learning new syntax won’t really get you anywhere. Koans One way of learning a new language is of course […]
Med de nye smartphones i markedet, er telefonen blevet en del mere end blot en telefon, der kan ringes og sms’s fra. Den klassiske feature-tlf. er på vej i graven og 85% af os alle vil have en smartphone med udgangen af 2012. Smartphones er ved at blive alle mandseje. Hvad er det så med de smartphones ? Hvad er […]