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ASP.NET Expense reference application

, 21 Dec 2004
The Expense reference application demonstrates rich client features in a thin-client application using Infragistics NetAdvantage toolset, web services, client side java scripting, XML data binding and other real world code samples.

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Introduction

The Expense 2005 Application demonstrates rich client features in a thin-client (browser-based) application using Infragistics NetAdvantage ASP.NET presentation layer elements for navigation, menu, tabs, toolbars, trees, grids and charts. The user interface design and color selection was built using Microsoft Money 2005 as a point of reference. This newly designed reference application shows the use of client side java scripting, XML rendering, n-tier design, the utilization of Microsoft’s Data Access Application Block and other real world code samples. The focus of this application is not an architectural or security template. While we have attempted to build this application around a sound design, the main focus was placed on the user interface and technology examples. Some pages are built slightly different to provide examples of various approaches and technologies.



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Comments and Discussions

 
GeneralApple's Safari PinmemberJeffArm21-Jun-07 4:59 
GeneralIt looks nice, but I wouldn't use it for reference PinmemberWillemM30-Dec-05 2:39 
GeneralWhy aren't they multi-browser / multi-platform PinmemberMichael.H6-Oct-05 13:38 
GeneralStay away from them PinmemberDeCrypted1323-May-05 5:19 
GeneralRe: Stay away from them PinmemberRikaino23-Aug-05 5:53 
QuestionFor IE Only? Pinmembermeierk24-Feb-05 4:56 
AnswerRe: For IE Only? PinsussRafael - .net not mcp28-Mar-05 1:16 
GeneralRe: For IE Only? PinmemberRikaino23-Aug-05 5:52 
GeneralRe: For IE Only? PinmemberNo Email28-Oct-05 11:09 
GeneralRe: For IE Only? Pinmemberslkirtbzqmlyuk6-Dec-05 2:40 
GeneralRe: For IE Only? PinmemberRikaino6-Dec-05 6:28 

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