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November 2015

Asp.Net: Client events and Server Events – Its confusing!

Asp.Net is Microsoft's web technology to create and host web applications. Now, we all know that Asp.net allows users to have html controls as well as asp server controls. All the code (event handlers, classes, function etc) written in the code... Continue Reading →

Is it desirable to see the page load on every network round trip?

Well, the answer is yes and no. It all depends on what you want to achieve. But, as a good coding practice - Stop unnecessary Postbacks! During few years back, before the advent of 'XMLHttpRequest', a web page had to be... Continue Reading →

PHP, Classic Asp, JSP and Asp.Net similarities

Many a times as a web programmer, in your programming career, you may need to interact with people from other programming language backgrounds or read and quickly understand a web page written in a different coding language. At the beginning, to... Continue Reading →

Html and PHP – Possible to mix, but not recommended!

There are different server side programming languages and scripting languages. PHP is a server side scripting language. However did you know, you can have an html page with PHP code in it too.  You could mix server side code with... Continue Reading →

How do I choose what programming language to learn?

If you are beginning to learn coding or programming on your own, you could be overwhelmed with the choices of programming languages available in times of now. This article is intended to list different languages associated with the different development technologies... Continue Reading →

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Remember to handle the return of your long running functions!

There are 2 methods that JavaScript allows a web developer to handle, when you anticipate a execution of your code to be delayed or not called due to some reason. That's when you can use, the timer events on the... Continue Reading →

Browsers can look ahead!

As explained in a previous blog post, its a well proven fact that browsers start parsing an html page sequentially, starting form the very top. While having a sequential execution, wouldn't it be great if the browser could peep ahead in... Continue Reading →

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