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Are iPhones Still Cool? The Social Media Response

    • The iPhone was not about class systems, or even about having one makes you an ‘individual’ it is about technological advancements, Japan still has better cell phones then the western world and always will, the individuality about the iPhone is allowing yourself to be able to have choice, choose your ringtone, your text and alarm tones, your background whether lock screen or home screen. I was never about a class system.

    • Iphone seems to be status symbol but i found not as much fun,performance,apps elsewhere.

    • Eagar you mention customization but that is not the selling point of an iPhone. android is the superior os when it comes to customizability, no two ways about it.

    • I didn’t know they were ever cool. When everyone else does something, how can it be cool?

    • I couldn’t care less about being cool. My iPhone is best phone I have ever owned. Simple as that.

    • Not cool anymore. A new release in September will change that, and then half the planet will get one, and it won’t be cool anymore.

      Windows Phone is the one to watch. Sounds insane, but with all of the Windows 8 compatibility, it should garner some more users. WP is the best OS of the big three (iOS, Android, WP) that I’ve used by far.

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      Click event for a CommandField button
      Apr 19, 2012 10:09 AM|LINK
      Hi,
      Using ASP.net $ C# how do I access the click event of a CommandField button that is inside a details view?
      <asp:DetailsView ID="PersonDetailDV" runat="server"
      DataSourceID="PersonDetailsDataSource"
      DataKeyNames="SupplierID" Height="50px"
      AutoGenerateRows="False"
      EnableModelValidation="True"
      ondatabound="PersonDetaildDV_DataBound"
      oniteminserted="PersonDetaildDV_ItemInserted"
      onitemupdated="PersonDetaildDV_ItemUpdated"
      ondatabinding="PersonDetailDV_DataBinding"
      oniteminserting="PersonDetailDV_ItemInserting"
      onitemupdating="PersonDetailDV_ItemUpdating">
      <Fields>
      <asp:CommandField
      ButtonType="Button"
      ShowCancelButton="false"
      ShowEditButton="true"
      EditText="Edit"
      InsertText="Insert"
      UpdateText="Update" />
      </Fields>
      If this was just as normal <asp:Button> I could easily access it’s click event, however I don’t know how to do this for this for a CommandField.
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      Re: Click event for a CommandField button
      Apr 19, 2012 10:11 AM|LINK
      Add the onitemcommand event and check the command name in the eventarguments
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      Re: Click event for a CommandField button
      Apr 19, 2012 10:33 AM|LINK
      I’m reading up on the onItemCommand, however it does not appear to be part DetailsView. There does appear to be an ItemCommand though.
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      Re: Click event for a CommandField button
      Apr 19, 2012 11:40 AM|LINK
      How about just putting a normal asp:Button in there and handle the onclick event?
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      Re: Click event for a CommandField button
      Apr 19, 2012 04:03 PM|LINK
      Knecke
      How about just putting a normal asp:Button in there and handle the onclick event?
      Thats what I did in the end, ,much easier although I must read up on CommandField controls.
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