Sometimes when you are working with ASP.NET, you’ll want to be able to programmatically capture the HTML that gets output by your .NET code. Here are sample snippets in VB.NET and C# that should give an idea of how this is done. Continue reading “Catch the HTML for an ASP.NET Web Page”
In this article I’m going to show an example Web page in which I take a basic Kendo TabStrip front-end control, and integrate it with an ASP.NET WebForm in order to dynamically add tabs to the TabStrip from code-behind. To be able to run the example right away I’ve referenced the key libraries online instead of using a local reference. If you are working with this script and plan to keep working with Kendo components, then it’s best to download the libraries.
The notification effects brought to the Web-development table by Telerik’s Kendo UI Notification component are really cool. You can have a look at a running demo of some of the neat stuff you can do with Kendo UI Notifications on the Telerik demo site at: