OutPost 1.2

Monday, February 13, 2006

Version 1.2 now available.

A screenshot of The iGoogle Demo
Screenshot of "The iGoogle Demo" in the demo project

  • Support for client event validation.
  • Support for server event validation.
  • Support for form validation.
  • Support for inputs with type=image.
  • Support for object databinding.
  • Full cross-browser support without need for ATLAS scripts.
  • Added Session support on first post back.
  • Added Response.Filter to take advantage of differences on first post back.
  • Support for Netscape.
  • Support for Opera.
  • Support for Opera.
  • Support for Visual Studio 2005
  • Support for both ASP.NET 1.1 and ASP.NET 2.0
  • Support for HTTPS/SSL

Please give feedback!

4 Comments:

Anonymous Adriano Ribeiro said...

Very good work!

Can it be ported for Mono.Net?

10:24 AM  
Blogger Troels Wittrup said...

I cannot see why not! :)

Do you have any knowledge in porting from ASP.NET to Mono.Net?

What are the limitations in Mono.Net?

12:22 PM  
Anonymous Allan Jepsen said...

Hi Troels,

It looks like OutPost is what I need.

All I am missing is a sample on how to fill form fields based on what is entered into other form fields.

An example of what I'm looking for is:

Country: <Select from list>
State: <Select from list>
City: <Select from list>

When country is selected, State is filled based on database content. When State is selected City is automatically filled.

I have tried doing this by PostBack through a hidden frame.

When I select a Country the list of States is updated correctly, but the added options are not available for PostBack so I can fill the list of Cities.

Can you give any pointers as to how I accomplish this?

5:43 PM  
Blogger Troels Wittrup said...

I have published a new version of OutPost, version 1.3. It includes a Sign-Up web form demo. It's very simple, has one drop-down box with postal code, that updates the postal district. It could easily be extended with two or three dependent drop-downs. Remember: It's just like writing ASP.NET and then turning AJAX on in Page_Load.

4:57 PM  

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