Monthly Archives: June 2014

HTML/DOM attribute change events and how it can improve maintainability in your web application

Do you find yourself in an unmaintainable mess where there’s DOM manipulation calls in every part of the code? Would it not be easier to simply set an attribute f.ex. data-progress=”50″ and then see the elements change automatically (seemingly by … Read more

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Google API nightmare: How I fixed the “Could not load file or assembly ‘System.Net.Http.Primitives, Version=1.5.0.0 …” exception

PS: This solution may or may not apply to your situation; my environment consisted of VS 2012, .NET 4.0, C#, Non-MVC web application, EPi Server CMS. Well aren’t the Google API a joy uh? Spent way too much time figuring … Read more

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