The Code Page
A series of development tips and code examples by Gabriel McAdams
Feb 02

Over the years, I have encountered a few web developers who ignore client side (JavaScript) errors in their applications.  Some have even asked me for ways to suppress client-side errors all together.  With the growing amount of client-side code in web applications, this is a big concern.

It may seem to some that JavaScript errors are inconsequential, but this is not the case.  They are errors just like any other.  Whenever an error occurs, your application is no longer doing what you designed it to do.  A lot of developers feel that there is nothing they can do.  That is on the client.  I have no way of knowing what happens on the client.  In this post, I will provide code that allows the developer to receive notifications whenever a JavaScript error occurs on the client.


Jan 20

This blog is dedicated to helping you learn more about web development using Microsoft Technologies.
I will provide you with help, tips, advice, and techniques on how to create well designed and easy to maintain ASP.Net web applications.  Technologies will include C#, JavaScript, SQL Server, and more.
I'm not sure yet how often I'll be posting, but I will try to add tips as often as possible.