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Restoring Expanded Row State with Telerik’s MVC Grid Control

*** Edited on January 30, 2012 - Forgot that FireFox does not support innerText, so I replaced all references to our best friend jQuery's text() method. *** Slight detour... I know I'm behind on posting part three of my series on wresting with Telerik's MVC...

Wrestling With the Telerik MVC Grid Control (Part 2)

In part 1 of this series on the Telerik MVC Grid control, we discussed how to define the front-end. As a refresher, here's a list of tasks we need to account for when implementing the grid: Adding required Telerik references, etc. ...

Wrestling With the Telerik MVC Grid Control (Part 1)

Third party controls can be a great option when building cost-effective client solutions, but there's always a learning curve that comes with it. It may cost you some significant non-billable time up-front, but will pay dividends down the line. When I first experimented with Telerik's...

Web Reference vs. Service Reference

I'm learning that one of the biggest hurdles to getting back into the day-to-day development game is that a minor wrong turn can send you down a misguided path for a couple of days. If you're not coding daily, your development intuition muscle doesn't...

There is Always a Need for Good Software Developers

What I'm about to say does not pertain to everyone having trouble finding employment in software development during this difficult time, but DO NOT fall into the trap of automatically believing that you're one of the exceptions.  It's likely that you're not. People have been...

NUnit and TDD – Fail First

Between handling response issues, we've continued our NUnit exploration. From what I've been reading, it appears that using NUnit without the intention of TDD is like using Visual Studio without enabling Intellisense. Why bother? I started by reading a few articles, such as Getting started with...