OutPost 1.6

Wednesday, October 11, 2006

  • 11/10-2006 - 1.6.002
    • Added new Demo in .NET 1.1 project /Brian Ritchie
    • Fixed a bug where a drop down populates, but resets the position on post back
  • 10/10-2006 - 1.6.001
    • Placed version history in separate file
    • Utilized HttpHandler instead of Page with code behind. This requires a simple entry in the web.config /Brian Ritchie
    • Removed 3rd party code and include binary libraries instead (sharpziplib & blowery) /Brian Ritchie
    • Packaged things up into a class library /Brian Ritchie
    • Enhanced 1.1 support so it compiles under 1.1 again /Brian Ritchie

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

what's relationship of outpost and business logic ?

11:50 AM  
Blogger Troels Wittrup said...

OutPost and BusinessLogic.web are very different, but I use them both in my projects.

If the project requires business logic I include BusinessLogic.web because I then can have 100% server-side kept business logic. Together the two technologies achieve the goal of eliminating (almost) all client-side scripting.

Not that client-side scripting is a bad thing but it is expensive if you have to write the same code for client and server.

3:02 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

al hacer un postback se pierden los valores de las variables session

4:32 AM  

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