Today it's time for the final part of the UMF mini-series. We'll discuss how to capture the responses (button clicks that is) of the end users when we use UMF to display a message without the need for browser script.
Just wanted to shout it out loud:
About a year after I started dating my girlfriend, who is now my Fiancee, she needed a new laptop. I helped her do the research and suggested a Sony laptop. Two months after it went out of warranty, the motherboard died. This was a well known issue at the time and was all over their website. Elaine called Sony, but they wouldn't budge and would only offer an unreasonable fee of over $600 to fix the problem. During this time, laptop prices had gone down and this fee made no economic sense.
Sometimes it's the tiny features that best show off an application's ability to integrate into a service-oriented architecture.