.NET Development Examined

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This site’s purpose is to share tips, tricks, and techniques I have learned in my day to day workings as a developer. Topics you may find here will cover mostly Microsoft technologies, such as ASP.NET, MVC, WCF, and WPF. Along the way you may find a little jQuery and JavaScript thrown in to keep things dynamic.

This site also serves as a repository of how items of interest have been done, or might be done when I have the future need. I know in my travels across the Internet I come across a wide range of interesting topics, some of which I may not have a use for at the time but want to keep in mind should I need them in the future. Occasionally a topic will inspire me enough to work through the technique, even though I am not currently using it. In that case it will show up here.

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A Toast to JavaScript

Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Wow, it's been a while since I've had time to follow up on the last post. This year has truly flown by. We've got lot's to cover building our JavaScript Framework, so let's get going on the next step.

In Building-JavaScript-Framework we began our JavaScript Framework by defining our module, added a couple of variables and a method to generate a GUID. That's a great start, but we want our framework to do much more.

A common requirement of all applications is to convey a message to the user. This could be a warning that the something went wrong, or confirmation that an action was successful. It could also be just passing information along to the user. Additionally we may need to display more than one message to the user simultaneously. In this article we will look at creating a 'toast' type notification system that meets these requirements.

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