After many months of promising, the wait is over.
For some time now I’ve been working on a project that I’ve not been able to talk about. Well today, I am finally able to let the cat out of the bag. One of the challenges we’ve been hearing about from customers is around patterns.
As promised, WE'RE LIVE!!!!!
Allright, I should be sleeping however I am up at this late hour due to watching Paulo Morgado's recent Geek Speak web cast where he spoke about Web Client Software Factory 2.0 bundles. Paulo is one of our MVPs who is always pushing the cutting edge with Web Client. That's his likeness in the picture above. I found out the hard way at Tech-Ed Europe that he actually looks nothing like that :)
OK, I know I have not posted my Barcelona Day 2 post, but the last one took several hours and I need to get ready to head over to the conference center for Soma’s keynote. Anyway, just a quick story. Last night after attending an "Ask the Experts"
Disclaimer: What follows is not the recommended guidance from patterns & practices, rather it is my own personal “last resort” technique. I wasn’t originally planning on posting this, however after just helping a customer who was experiencing the same issue (yes you Travis),
Sebastian’s got a cool post of how you can create your own Session State strategy which our DI mechanism will use for injecting state values. If your using ASP.NET Session state, this won’t be of much value to you since our existing strategy does that.
A few weeks ago Paulo posted about a new concept he called a “Page Module”. Page Modules are similar to HTTP modules however they allow you to additionally handle any event in the Page lifecycle including it’s creation and release. With a Page Module you actually get a reference to the newly created page in the PageCreated and PageReleasing event arguments.
This year I’ll be attending in Barcelona presenting on the work we’ve been doing in Web Client vNext. I’ll also be doing a chalk talk session on factory usage in the real world along with David Platt and Mario Szpusta.
WEB318 Web Client Software Factory (WCSF): Building Rich Internet Applications with ASP.NET AJAX and WCSF
Come to this session to hear about the exciting work we’ve been doing on the client team for Web Client vNext that leverages ASP.NET AJAX to provide that next generation experience.
The last 24 hrs have been a blogothon of queued overdue posts, this one is LONG overdue. With the recent announcement of the Autocomplete Guidance Bundle, I am sure many are wondering what our focus is for this next release. If you’ve seen Michael’s post then you already know the top headline of our focus,