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Form Post in Spry

Form Post in Spry

By Raymond Camden January 31, 2007 | 1 Comment

Last week or so I blogged about doing form postings with Spry.

Microsoft Business Solutions VAR/Partner Selection Overview for IT Director/Manager/Controller

Microsoft Great Plains and Microsoft CRM become more and more popular, partly because of Microsoft muscles behind them. Now Great Plains is targeted to the whole spectrum of horizontal and vertical market clientele. Small companies use Small Business Manager (which is based on the same technology – Great Plains Dexterity dictionary and runtime), Great Plains Standard on MSDE is for small to midsize clients, and then Great Plains serves the rest of the market up to big corporations. Microsoft CRM is extremely scalable and fits to all the market niches.

XML Data Traversal
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In this article, I present a XML based client-side JavaScript that reads data from an external XML file, traverses the XML data and displays the same in a tree format. I’ll use the XMLDOM ActiveX object built into Microsoft Internet Explorer for the same.

Adding Automatic Update Support to your Application

We would like to introduce a simple component which retrieves version information from the website and if there is a newer version available it will download update files via HTTP/HTTPS/FTP and run the update.

Adding and displaying data easily via ASP and XML/XSL
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Storing and displaying data is a common and essential task, if you are working with Applications. It doesn’t matter whether you are working with desktop Applications or WebApplications.

Optimizing JavaScript for Execution Speed

JavaScript can benefit from many of the same speed-optimization techniques that are used in other languages, like C1,2 and Java. Algorithms and data structures, caching frequently used values, loop unrolling and hoisting, removing tail recursion, and strength-reduction techniques all have a place in your JavaScript optimization toolbox. However, how you interact with the Document Object Model (DOM) in large part determines how efficiently your code executes.

Spam-Proofing Your Website

Almost every website operator wants search engine spiders to visit. After all, search engines are the best source of free traffic on the web. In the event that you don’t want them to visit, they are easily kept at bay with a properly formatted “robots.txt” file.

Spam-Proofing Your Website and Doing Away With Unwanted Spiders

Almost every website operator wants search engine spiders to visit. After all, search engines are the best source of free traffic on the web. In the event that you don’t want them to visit, they are easily kept at bay with a properly formatted “robots.txt” file.

Follow Up: Killing the SpamBot Spiders

Almost every website operator wants search engine spiders to visit. After all, search engines are the best source of free traffic on the web. In the event that you don’t want them to visit, they are easily kept at bay with a properly formatted “robots.txt” file.