Movies were originally 24fps because it was the fewest frames that could still trick the eye into seeing motion in a dark theater. Less film = more $$$
There's no reason not to shoot at 60fps these days. People will get used to it.
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@cbae: Thanks for the tip! I couldn't see the 60p option unless I was in Chrome.
It reminds me a lot of the frame interpolation that was popular a few years ago on TVs. It's definitely different, but I'm not sure it's worse, at least for this subject matter. The people seemed more real, like I was sitting in the room with them instead of watching a produced TV show.
If I understand you correctly, you want to send in the order and the order items into the controller in one POST? You'll need to take advantage of the default model binder's collection support.
This blog post should help http://haacked.com/archive/2008/10/23/model-binding-to-a-list.aspx/, specifically the part about adding a hidden input with "Index".
The book that Vesuvius posted is a great knowledge source. One of the authors is the author of the blog I linked.
@RealBboy360: Upper management doesn't check the code at my place. They look at the finished product and say "that looks good."
I think it's really just a few engineers who played with the software to past the tests and QA took it at face value.