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Wrestling With the Telerik MVC Grid Control (Part 3)

In part 2 of this series on the Telerik MVC Grid control, we discussed the back-end code for supporting the master level of our grid. Here’s a list of tasks we need to take care of for the detail grid: Implementing...

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...

Microsoft Outlook “Read Receipt” Message Box is Criminal

Here's an example of "user abuse", which has remained throughout several versions of Microsoft Outlook . What do you think clicking the check box will do? If I'm never asked again, what would Outlook do automatically in the future? Would it always send...

The User Experience has Changed

Your UI is not your father's UI. Back in the late 80's, during the days of Windows 2.0, the big push was to make your applications SAA/CUA compliant. SAA (Systems Application Architecture) was IBM's strategy for enterprise computing in the late 1980s and early 1990s,...