Project Description
Numerous new controls, and clientscript objects added to the MS ASP.NET Ajax Extensions framework.

New Script Objects
  • Sys.Attributes - c# style attributes - more on this soon.
  • Sys.Hashtable - A HashTable-like structure for use in JavaScript.
  • Sys.TimerUtil - A class that provides a set of utilities for manipulating MS Ajax (Server-side) Timers.
  • Sys.UpdatePanelHelper - A class that provides a set of utilities for hooking UpdatePanel events.

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Wednesday, January 25, 2017  |  From Jay Kimble -- The Dev Theologian : DTAjax

Six years ago I started working furiously on this little side project about package management for Windows. It started to grow and over time it became clear that it was going to be something important. A community flourished and there … Continue reading 

Tuesday, September 20, 2016  |  From Jay Kimble -- The Dev Theologian : DTAjax

Last week was my last of a great ride at Splunk. I have now joined Auth0 working on a new developer-focused offering around Serverless compute, with Webtask. I’ve also started a new blog to discuss more broader topics on tech, startups etc. Read … Continue reading 

Friday, June 17, 2016  |  From Jay Kimble -- The Dev Theologian : DTAjax

And we’re back! Yes it’s true, .NET Fringe is back! We’re gathering back in Portland from July 10th through 12th for 3 days of unadulterated .NET OSS awesomeness. Last year we had a magical event, and we heard you tell … Continue reading 

Saturday, April 23, 2016  |  From Jay Kimble -- The Dev Theologian : DTAjax

This is a very exciting time for Chocolatey! Over the past 5 years, there have been some amazing points in Chocolatey’s history. Now we are less than 10 days from another historical moment for Chocolatey – when licensed editions become … Continue reading 

Tuesday, April 19, 2016  |  From Jay Kimble -- The Dev Theologian : DTAjax

A designer started a conversation with us in December 2014 and we’ve recently come to a decision point on Chocolatey – a new logo (and soon a new website)! A special thanks goes out to Julian Krispel-Samsel!

Thursday, March 31, 2016  |  From Jay Kimble -- The Dev Theologian : DTAjax

Microsoft announced the most amazing thing at //build/ yesterday, Bash on Windows 10. Not some sort of VM or container, but running native ELF binaries on Windows under an Ubuntu subsystem. Let me say that again slowly. Windows running native … Continue reading 

Monday, March 28, 2016  |  From Jay Kimble -- The Dev Theologian : DTAjax

Chocolatey turned 5 years old recently! I committed the first lines of Chocolatey code on March 22, 2011. At that time I never imagined that Chocolatey would grow into a flourishing community and a tool that is widely used by … Continue reading 

Thursday, January 28, 2016  |  From Jay Kimble -- The Dev Theologian : DTAjax

Online communication bugs me. Actually, bugs isn’t accurate. Maybe saddens and fatigues. When volleying with people hiding behind their keyboard shield and protected by three timezones, you have to make a conscious effort to remain optimistic. It’s part of the … Continue reading 

Saturday, January 16, 2016  |  From Jay Kimble -- The Dev Theologian : DTAjax

Average approval time for moderated packages is currently under 10 hours! In my last post, I talked about things we were implementing or getting ready to implement to really help out with the process of moderation.  Those things are: The validator … Continue reading 

Friday, December 25, 2015  |  From Jay Kimble -- The Dev Theologian : DTAjax

WesternDevs has a shiny new look thanks to graphic designer extraodinaire, Karen Chudobiak. When implementing the design, we also decided to switch from Jekyll to Hexo. Besides having the opportunity to learn NodeJS, the other main reason was Windows. Most … Continue reading 

Friday, December 18, 2015  |  From Jay Kimble -- The Dev Theologian : DTAjax

tl;dr: Everything on https://chocolatey.org/notice is coming to fruition! We’ve automatically tested over 6,500 packages, a validator service is coming up now to check quality and the unreviewed backlog has been reduced by 1,000 packages! We sincerely hope that the current … Continue reading 

Friday, November 20, 2015  |  From Jay Kimble -- The Dev Theologian : DTAjax

It’s not a coincidence that this is coming off the heels of Dave Paquette’s post on GenFu and Simon Timms’ post on source control for databases in the same way it was probably not a coincidence that Hollywood released three … Continue reading 

Sunday, October 25, 2015  |  From Jay Kimble -- The Dev Theologian : DTAjax

Some days/weeks/time ago, I did a presentation at MeasureUP called “Docker For People Who Think Docker Is This Weird Linux Thing That Doesn’t Impact Me”. The slides for that presentation can be found here and the sample application here. Using … Continue reading 

Wednesday, October 21, 2015  |  From Jay Kimble -- The Dev Theologian : DTAjax

Sometimes you are just in that mood, you know you want to talk HTTP and APIs with a bunch of people that care. Recently Darrel Miller and I realized we’re in that mood, and so with a little nudging from … Continue reading 

Thursday, October 01, 2015  |  From Jay Kimble -- The Dev Theologian : DTAjax

There was time when using my Mac was bliss form a DNS perspective, I never had to worry about my routing tables getting corrupted. I could always rely on hosts getting resolved, life was good! And then a combination of … Continue reading 

Tuesday, September 01, 2015  |  From Jay Kimble -- The Dev Theologian : DTAjax

After posting giddily on Docker in the Windows world recently, Microsoft released Windows Server 2016 Technical Preview 3 with container support. I’ve had a chance to play with it a little so let’s see where this goes… It’s a preview … Continue reading 

Thursday, August 27, 2015  |  From Jay Kimble -- The Dev Theologian : DTAjax

Austin, TX is a hot-bed for technology.  You can find a user group for just about any technology and purpose meeting almost any day of the week. And now, there is a group that intersects with giving back to the … Continue reading 

Sunday, August 23, 2015  |  From Jay Kimble -- The Dev Theologian : DTAjax

In a month, I’ll be attempting to hound my share of glory at MeasureUP with a talk on using Docker for people who may not think it impacts them. In it, I’ll demonstrate some uses of Docker today in a … Continue reading 

Tuesday, August 04, 2015  |  From Jay Kimble -- The Dev Theologian : DTAjax

I’m excited about Docker. Unnaturally excited, one might say. So much so that I’ll be talking about it at MeasureUp this September. In the meantime, I have to temper my enthusiasm for the time being because Docker is still a … Continue reading 

Monday, July 13, 2015  |  From Jay Kimble -- The Dev Theologian : DTAjax

For some time, people have been talking about microservices. I say “some time” for two reasons: 1) It’s a good opening line, and 2) I have no clue how long people have been talking about them. I just heard the … Continue reading 

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