Lately I have been remembering my first project after grad school creating plant floor ssystems that utilized both touch and voice recognition. The monitors we
Today I want to show you how to build a Windows Phone 7 Application Bar for your mobile web sites. If you have not done any native Windows Phone 7 developer one
Today I am gong to complete the checkout process for the mobile version of the MVC Music Store. This process will again feature some layout decisions, but give
Last week Google released a new web page speed analysis tool called Page Speed. Page speed is one of the primary factors that weighs into visitor satisfaction.
Today I am going to review how I implement the genre and album details mobile web pages. Both pages present layout decisions opportunities needed to maximize th
At this point in this series I have shown how to build the core site infrastructure for an ASP.NET MVC 3 mobile web site using the Razor View Engine. So far not
In today's installment of my series of making a mobile version of the MVC Music Store I am going to create the basic MVC infrastructure for the site by adding t
Yesterday I started a new series to build a mobile web version of the MVC Music Store reference application. In part 2 of my series of making a mobile version o
Today I am going to start a series where I take the MVC Music Store sample site and create a mobile site. I chose to use this example in one of my current prese
Last month Microsoft demonstrated IE9 on Windows Phone 7, a big w00t for that. But we won't have a copy of IE9 on the Windows Phone 7 emulator for a while to co
The other day I was talking some fellow developers about web architecture techniques. I brought up the use of jQuery templates instead of another proposed techn
Lately I have finally been working on an ASP.NET MVC project using the Razor ViewEngine. I do like the MVC programming style, but just as I suspected when I fir
I don't know about you, but I keep hearing stories about passwords, authentication and identity management in the real world. Of course, I read about and execut
Testing desktop web applications means either having a fixed browser, typically the corporate standard, you target or testing across multiple browser versions.
The cool thing to do these days is extensionless Urls, meaning there is no .aspx, .html, etc. Instead you just reference the resource by the name, which makes t
O'Reilly's jQuery Cookbook is an excellent collection of jQuery tips and tricks. Let's look at some immediate recipes I put to work in recent presentations and projects.
Recently I have had a nagging issue I honestly had a hard time recreating, till today that is. The situation occurred when I added and removed DOM elements in r
Recently I have been working through a client-side performance issue, which is isolated to Internet Explorer and is not fixed in Internet Explorer 9. The proble
If you have found this Blog entry most likely you are seeing this response in Fiddler. It is accompanied by an HTTP status code of 504. ReadResponse() failed: T