Mar 25, 2010
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Shell Playground

Sometimes it’s okay to have fun. A while back we had fun trying things in OnlineCenter and the result is the Playground. For designers this is a catalog of styles available on the dashboard. For developers it’s an insight into the OnlineCenter API.

In the playground project you will find examples of…


…CSS classes and element styles



…server side ajax helpers



…form element styles



…an example using jTemplates and json



…how we deal with errors



…adding interfaces to the menu system



…the AppDomain search provider

As well as a few other things. Keep in mind that this isn't best practice. It's just code.


To try this out you will need to build and configure the project in web.config.

Mar 25, 2010


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