Actions are modular building blocks that define the behavior of a state. This lets you cleanup or perform optional operations on leaving a state.
Writing a custom action is very similar to writing a Mono Behaviour script. If an action has a definable completion criteria, it should call Finish() when it is met.
Parser Error Description: An error occurred during the parsing of a resource required to service this request.
Please review the following specific parse error details and modify your source file appropriately.
Recently I found a really odd Parser error when updating a Sharepoint 2007 Page Type.
After uploading the new aspx, I'm getting the following error: Server Error in '/' Application.
NET AJAX Update Progress control to add a gmail-like progress indicator to an ASP. I liked the approach the author used and it clearly works great for scenarios where you want to display a single 'something is happening' message to the user while the page is being updated. If your screens are relatively simple, or if you feel the update should be obvious this is probably not an issue for you.
However, after the operation completes and the indicator disappears, it is still up to the user to figure out where on the screen (i.e. Unfortunately things aren't so for the web application I am currently working on.
To achieve this, I am using the Update Panel Animation Extender control that is part of the Ajax Control Toolkit (You can follow directions here to install and get started using the toolkit).
NET Core :) I did start looking at updating the Umbraco.
Web project but this is going to be a much more involved process due to the way that MVC and Web Api have changed with regards to ASP. On a side note, the Git branch that this live in is a fork of Umbraco’s current source code and the branch that it exists in is a branch from v8 so it is fully merge-able.
This means that as we continue developing on v7 and v8 all of these fixes/changes will merge up into this branch.
I didn’t want to reinvent the wheel with a CLI argument parser so a quick Googling on what was available on .