There’s been a lot of talk about Validation in the Blazor gitter chat recently.
The Blazor dev team have added some validation routines in that closley mimic the way validation works in ASP.NET MVC and many folks have been playing with them to see what they can do with them.
Chris Sainty has even produced a blog post [https://chrissainty.com/using-fluentvalidation-for-forms-validation-in-razor-components/] showing how to wire in the “Fluent Validation” libraries to make form validation even more awesome.
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So here it is at last, my Syncfusion Succinctly E-Book on CSS3
100 Pages of info all about the latest CSS specification for those wanting to learn it, as pleased as I am with it however, there was a huge amount I had to leave out of it.
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For those of you who knew it was coming, or just those of you who are looking for a quick developer friendly guide to the subject.
My fourth book in the Succinctly E-book series (Published by Syncfusion) was released today.
Twitter Bootstrap 3 Succinctly follows on where my previous one on the version 2 framework of the same name, left off.
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I recently got asked what HTML5 validation looks like.
Needless to say this was a bit of a strange question, but as I read on through the question, I realized that is wasn’t a case of not knowing what HTML5 validation looks like, but a case of where jQuery validation stopped and the HTML5 stuff started.
In this quick post, I’m going to briefly cover the HTML5 validation stuff in the hopes it’ll clear a few things up.
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I don’t often write about individual teams, unless I have something really great to say, or some special thanks to give, and in this case it’s a little of both.
Continue reading “Firebug – and some major geek kudos.”
I recently got asked a question about running GUI apps from an ASP.NET web application, and weather it was possible or not to run GUI apps on the server from a web application.
To give you an idea of what the person asking the question had in mind, they where wanting to run a separate computer as a remote controlled media system connected to a large screen and accessible via a WiFi lan.
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I bought another book yesterday, one I’ve been on the look out for, for a while now.
The book is entitled "Learning jQuery 1.3", and is published by "Packt Publishing" under ISBN 9781847196705. I’ve been using JQuery for some time now, but am by no means an expert in it, so this book will serve as a reference to sit alongside my other books on my already overcrowded desk. You can see it on Amazon Here (Learning jQuery 1.3)
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