Tips for frontenders: Dynamicweb Razor templates

The CMS system I use at work, Dynamicweb CMS, is a .NET based system which allows you to layout your site using Templates. The Templates can be based on: HTML Templates using custom tags XSLT templates based on XML delivered by Dynamicweb Razor based templates where you can choose between VB.NET or C#.Net The HTML Continue reading


Improvements in Microsoft Visual Studio 2010, from a frontend webdevelopers point of view, part 1: javascript

Sometimes I have wondered just what the h**l they were thinking over at Microsoft: their flagship development tool just didn’t perform and deliver what you would expect from a tool of that caliber. That was before the Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 (VS 2010)! I will try to write about features in VS 2010 which makes Continue reading


Using jQuery UI, is it easy?

The javascript API jQuery is a very powerfull libray which have revolutionised the use of clientside javascript in browsers. Along the side of jQuery exists jQuery UI a library of strongly customizable widgets. It offers a wide range of “easy-to-implement” widgets for your website. I will try in this post to implement a datepicker and Continue reading


Javascript intellisense in Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 (VS2008)

When I first saw that Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 (VS2008) started to allow for intellisence on javascript I was happy! Not many seconds after that my suspicious old mind saw some problems, one of them was the fact that the vast amount of documentation would follow the javascript files making them too big and slow Continue reading