OutPost 2.0.002

Thursday, March 15, 2007

New demo added and some bugfixes.

Changes since last release, which was 2.0.001:

  • 15/03-2007 - 2.0.002
    • Fixed bugs in iGoogle demo.
    • Fixed properly resetting Page_Validators array on post backs.
    • Added Wizard demo.

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Blogger Mario said...

Hey, I really like your Ajax approach. However, Version 2.x is not working for me. It seems the problem is in the javascript axd. When OutPost tries to import Outpost.axd/Ajax.js it fails to do so saying that the resource does not exist. I tried v1.6 and the resource Outpost imports is called Outpost.axd/Js This respurce is found and it works like a charm. I'm using .NET 2.0. I hope my error report helps. If you need more information about the problem just write back (mariodivece@yahoo.com)

9:26 AM  
Blogger Mario said...

Is there a way (i.e. a javascript variable) to check whether the call has finished and get the status of the call? It would be useful because otherwise, when the user, say, clicks a button and nothing happens during the roundtrip, might create confusion about the functionality of the page. If instead, through javascript, we could check for the status of the call, one could customize how this "in progress" feedback is given to the client.

3:16 PM  
Blogger Troels Wittrup said...

Hi Mario, I hope you solved the problem with the "resource does not exist" earlier. I guess it is because I renamed the resource from "Js" to "Ajax.js" in order to enable script debugging.

Regarding the way to implement a progress indicator, I will make it as a new feature in the next release (coming soon!) and put in a demo of that as well.

1:13 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hello, first of all I want to thank you for this framework, makes enhancing webpages with AJAX functionality a breeze. I do have a question though. Is .NET 1.1 no longer supported for Outpost 2.0+?
The code is not compilable in .NET 1.1, seems the code in html.cs uses some generic collection classes?

9:29 AM  
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