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How To Access ASP.NET Web.config AppSettings On Client-Side Javascript
You can download the code presented into this post from here There are many ways by which you can access your ASP.NET web application web.config application settings through your client-side javascript code. The common thing between all of these ways is tha...
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[Development Simply Put] For SQL Hierarchical Data, How To Show Only Tree Branches Including Certain Type Of Entities And Discard Others

If you have a tree of entities represented into a SQL database into parent-child relation, you may need to be able to view only the tree branches which include a certain type of entities and discard the branches which don't include this type. If you ever faced such situation or even curious to know how to manage such situation, you can read this article.
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[Development Simply Put] How To Avoid Problems Caused By Clients' Browser Cached Resource Files (JS, CSS, ....) With Every New Build

Browsers like IE, Firefox, Chrome and others have their own way to decide if a file should be cached or not. If a file link (URL) is requested more than a certain number of times the browser decides to cache this file to avoid repeated requests and their relevant responses. So, after a file is cached by the browser and a new request is performed for this file, the browser responses with the cached version of the file instead of retrieving the file for the server. But, what if you already applied some changes on one of the javascript files and then shipped a new build to the client and they started getting errors because the system users' browsers are still using the cached version of the file not the new one you sent? If you ever faced such situation or even curious to know how to manage such situation, you can read this article.
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[Development Simply Put] Forcing ASP.NET Control To Go Through Its Full Life Cycle On Static Method

You need to load a control inside a static method like a WebMethod and then make use of the control like binding it to a source and getting its generated HTML?? Good idea but you cannot do it that easy as the control instance you defined inside the static method is still not loaded because it did not go through its life cycle. You still want to do it, there is a way. To know how to do it you can read this article.
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Paging Concept - The Main Equations To Make It Easy
The paging concept is used in many fields that it is even used in our daily lives. When you have a set of items and you want to divide them equally between some sort of containers or groups, you are thinking of paging but may be you don't recognize it. The ...
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[Development Simply Put] ASP.NET Viewstate And Controlstate Performance Enhancements - Saving Viewstate And Controlstate On Server

The viewstate and controlstate are both saved by the server and then retrieved to keep your page and controls state. The default behavior is that these states are saved into a hidden field on the page so that at postbacks the server will be able to read these states back from the hidden field and retrieve the sates prior the postbacks. Is this good? Could it be better? How about saving the states on server? If you need to know more about this, you can read this article.
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[Development Simply Put] Application To Generate Combined Images Of All Image-Categories Possible Combinations

Have you ever faced the situation when you have to manage system objects status and each status is a combination of status categories (change type status, approval status, .....)? Did you need to represent each status combination with only one image when each category have more than one possibility? What if the first category has 25 possibilities, the second has 4 and the third has 7, can you manually arrange the 700 possible images? If you ever faced such situation or even curious to know how to manage such situation in just seconds, you can read this article.
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[Development Simply Put] Possibilities Cube Library - A Library Smart Enough To Calculate All Possibilities With Logical Conditions

When you have a set of items each is defined by a group of attributes or specifications and you are asked to list all possible combinations of these attributes which each item could have, then you will need some code or library to help you out especially if the number of attributes is large and you are dealing with more than one instance of items. If you want to understand more and check what I am talking about here, you can read this article.
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During my career days and day after day I got more confident that it's all about sharing not the title you have. I believe that everyone has something to share whatever small he thinks of it. Sometimes a great idea comes out of just a tiny idea and the same for knowledge. I always try to gain knowledge and learn new skills and I found that the best way to learn is to try to teach what you already know. This makes you think of the best simplest way to explain complex logic which makes you spot some points may be even yourself didn't recognize in the first time.

The greatest thing in the human mind is that it carries out too complicated operations and finally presents it into a simple form, so why do we always try to re-complicate things? This is what encouraged me to start my blog -Development Simply Put (http://developmentsimplyput.blogspot.com)- trying to do my best to simplify main concepts in IT development and share my humble knowledge in this field.


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