I previously posted on how to use Uploadify to upload files. The previous post covered really well how to upload single files to an ASP.NET MVC controller using Uploadify. This post will expand on that a bit.
There are a number of great jQuery modal plug-ins that already exist. So, why am I cluttering the interwebs with yet another one? There are a number of reasons: Feature Bloat – A number of plug-ins offer
I recently had a need for an ASP.NET Session that lasted longer that a normal web session (one day) and was able to survive application restarts (or IIS restarts). I know there are other solutions that exist.
I’ve been meaning to publish a bit on the mobile version of the Truck Tracker application. Previous posts have been created a geo-location service that tracks ‘trucks’ (the application can be used to track any asset as
There are really two main ways (or a combination of them) to display menus on your web page: horizontally or vertically. Some sites have a combination of the two. For instance a main horizontal menu with vertically
I have deployed the Truck Tracker application to here for now: https://bobcravens.com/trucktracker/ The application is built using the following technologies: ASP.NET MVC Google Maps API v.3 jQuery DotNetOpenAuth MySQL NHibernate Ninject The intent of the application is
I really like how the Growl application for the Mac works. It provides a notification framework that all applications can use. I often find my self needing to display notifications to the user in my web applications.