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Jan 292016

Transform a C# list into a DataTable

By |January 29th, 2016|Categories: C#|0 Comments

Just a quick post about a very handy method I found on Stack Overflow. This lets you transform a list of C# objects into a data table. This can be very handy for debugging purposes, if nothing else. Being able to quickly see a large list [...]

Jan 282016

Creating a collapse all, expand all button on the Kendo UI Grid

By |January 28th, 2016|Categories: ASP.NET, MVC, Telerik|0 Comments

The Kendo UI grid has some great functionality out of the box, especially it's ability to handle hierarchcal data with detail item templates. I wanted to include a expand/collapse all button right within my grid. Here was the code I used to do it. Credit to [...]

Jan 202016

Preventing Enter button from expanding detail rows on Kendo UI Grid

By |January 20th, 2016|Categories: ASP.NET, MVC, Telerik|0 Comments

Admittedly this is a pretty custom/specific use of the Kendo UI Grid, but just in case someone else needs to do this type of thing, you never know... Scenario: I have an application that makes use of the Kendo UI grid. Specifically the hierarchacal version of [...]

Jun 222015

How to Use the Log4Net StringMatchFilter

By |June 22nd, 2015|Categories: C#, Handy Tools/Utilities, Misc. Fixes|0 Comments

Log4Net is a very powerful, easy to use logging tool, so it's no surprise that so many .NET developers use it in their applications. One under documented (at least in my opinion) feature of it, is the use of filters to be more specific about what you [...]

Jun 132015

Unobtrusive Validation with Kendo UI DropDownList

By |June 13th, 2015|Categories: ASP.NET, Misc. Fixes, MVC, Telerik|0 Comments

Really short post here. If you are trying to use jQuery unobtrusive validation with Kendo UI's DropDownList , you might notice that it doesn't work right out of the box. The form will simply validate, and will not actually check your selected value. This is a pain [...]