Alright, at some point you are I’m going to get tired of using postback controls to change the state of your form. You see all these “Like” buttons and such and you want to do the same, because a postback is visually disruptive.

So, how do you do it? I don’t know but I’m going to find out. Stay tuned.

First Possibility:


My home PC is running Windows Vista, and for some reason service pack 1 and of course SP2 failed to install via automatic update. Because of this I can’t install Visual studio 2008 or 2010. I’m way behind. I have spent hours trying to troubleshoot the service pack issue and have given up. Yes, this really sux and just adds more fuel to my dislike of Microsoft and their shoddy software and worse documentation.

I did try this low level code example and it worked in VisualStudio 2005.

API / Tutorials

My Questions

Microsoft CDN versus Google CDN

The *right* JSON content type (application/json)?

Ugggg, such wasted time


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