Peter Vogel wraps up coverage of object-oriented programming for the single-tier developer by handling the difference between the data required by users and the object used by the business layer.
If you're going to use the ObjectDataSource in a real application, you'll need to support all of the CRUD activities. Peter Vogel extends his object model to do just that.
Peter Vogel continues to look at the basics of O-O development to support the ASP.NET ObjectDataSource.
You're considering the ObjectDataSource but you're not an object developer. Peter Vogel shows you what you need to do to move into multi-tier development.
You put all of your code in the code file of your ASP.NET pages -- but other developers keep kicking sand in your face because you're not doing n-tier development. Peter's here to say that you're not (necessarily) being dumb.
Microsoft ASP.NET Senior Program Manager Stephen Walther Talks with Peter Vogel about jQuery, AJAX and ASP.NET 4.
Peter continues his exploration of the new Routing features in ASP.NET 4 by showing how to bind control properties to both routes and the values passed in a route.
You may have noticed that more and more sites have URLs that mean something rather than describing the path to the page. ASP.NET 4 makes this much easier to implement for your site and may save you from ever having to redirect users again.
If you're using the ASP.NET Cache object, then somebody is suffering when you first load the Cache. Here's how to avoid that and, potentially, save a bit of money while you're at it.
Peter starts looking at the new features in ASP.NET 4, starting with support for compressing Session data and setting up permanent redirects.
Peter looks at a strategic issue: When to do validation? The answer isn't "Everywhere" but it could have been.
Extend runtime sorting and filtering of data with ASP.NET 4's QueryExtender, which provides a single interface for DataSources.
Peter Vogel continues to extend his client-side case study by using jTemplate to extend a table to support inserts -- and then sending the user's data to the server to update the database.
Peter continues to extend his jQuery/jTemplate case study by supporting deletes of multiple rows with a single mouse click.
Peter continues to exploit jQuery in his client-side code to integrate an ASP.NET page with a WCF service -- this time to support updating data.