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Ext Calendar

I just remembered that I had made a decent Ext based calendar (extending Ext.Panel). You can view a demo of it here. The calendar supports loading data through a, d’n’d of timespans, events for handling d’n’d, editing etc. I built it mostly to help my folks actually. It’s not exactly happy news to write […]

Posted by oyvind.kinsey on February 27th, 2009 under programming, Uncategorized Tags: ,  •  22 Comments

Microsoft Chart Controls for the .Net Framework – rendering using a httpHandler

Those of you who have taken a look at the new chart controls might have seen that there are multiple ways of rendering these in ASP.NET. Since my apps (ajax based, no updatepanels etc) use generic httpHandlers for these kind of things, I went looking for the ‘httphandler way’ of rendering the chart controls – […]

Posted by oyvind.kinsey on November 13th, 2008 under programming, Uncategorized Tags: ,  •  7 Comments

A simple reorder list in Ext JS

I’ve been using Ext JS for quite some time now, and I must say, I love it. There is quite good support for drag’n’drop here, but it lacks one thing; the precious reorder list. An example of such can be found here Since doing the google didn’t return anything like this I ended up implementing […]

Posted by oyvind.kinsey on July 29th, 2008 under programming, Uncategorized Tags: , ,  •  2 Comments

“This page contains both secure and nonsecure items.”

With one of my larger webapps I have recently been struggling with the following Security Information message in Internet Explorer: This page contains both secure and nonsecure items. Do you want to display the nonsecure items? This, in general, has to do with mixing of content from different security zones in IE, for example Internet […]

Posted by oyvind.kinsey on May 26th, 2008 under programming, Uncategorized Tags: ,  •  No Comments

Javascript function overloading

I was reading a post yesterday about function overloading in javascript, and the suggested solution had quite a performance overhead when used with multiple signatures. In addition, it only used the number of arguments, and not their types and order to distinguish between the signatures. For some reason I woke up early this morning with […]

Posted by oyvind.kinsey on November 15th, 2007 under programming, Uncategorized Tags: ,  •  4 Comments