Top Ten Articles on ASP.NET

Posted by: Suprotim Agarwal , on 7/13/2008, in Category ASP.NET
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Abstract: If you have missed on some top articles of ASP.NET on dotnetcurry.com, then this is a must read for you. The Top 10 articles have been decided by our editorial panel based on the popularity of the article, user rating and top views of the articles.
Top Ten Articles on ASP.NET
 
If you have missed on some top articles of ASP.NET on dotnetcurry.com, then this is a must read for you. The Top 10 articles have been decided by our editorial panel based on the popularity of the article, user rating and top views of the articles. The articles have been arranged based on the total views from top to bottom. Let us know if you liked this concept and we may plan to publish a similar list every three months.
In this article, we will explore some of the most frequently asked questions about the GridView control. The article discusses ten tips and tricks that you can use while using the GridView control.
With the forums flooded with questions of opening a popup window, passing values to the popup window and then return values back to the parent page using both Internet Explorer and Firefox, I decided to take a plunge into the subject and experiment with an easy implementation. This article explains how to transfer values between the Parent page and a Pop-up window. The code has been tested against IE7 and Firefox.
The GridView allows us to delete a single row at a time. In this article, we will explore how to extend this functionality to delete multiple rows at a time.
A common requirement in most of the projects is to select/unselect all checkboxes in your CheckBoxList at once. In this article, we will explore how to perform this action using both ASP.NET and Javascript.
Keyboard shortcuts improve productivity by accomplishing tasks more quickly and without much effort. In applications, where the user has to select from a variety of actions to perform, keyboard shortcuts can save on time and effort. If you have used the new YahooMail or Gmail, you will be quiet familiar with these shortcuts. In this article, we will explore how to implement shortcuts and use it in our ASP.NET applications.
At some point or the other, we as ASP.NET developers, face the requirement of reading and writing images to the database. In this article,we will explore how to store images in the database as well as use an Http handler to display the image in an ASP.NET server control along with other controls.
You cannot call server-side code ‘directly’ from client-side code. That is because by design, the server side code executes at server side and client side code at the client. However there are some workarounds. To call serverside code from javascript, you will need to use AJAX, and the easiest way out, is to use the ASP.NET AJAX Extensions. In this article, we will be using PageMethods to call server-side functions using javascript.
ASP.NET validation controls provide an easy-to-use but powerful mechanism of ensuring that data is entered correctly on the forms. There are 6 validation controls included in the ASP.NET 2.0 and ASP.NET 3.5 versions.In this article, let us see some tips and tricks that can be applied to the validation controls.
The questions mentioned over here are usually asked to freshers or candidates having less than 1 year of relevant asp.net experience.
The CalendarExtender is an ASP.NET AJAX control that is associated with a TextBox control. When the user clicks on the TextBox, a client-side Calendar control pops up. The user can then set a date by clicking on a day, navigate months by clicking on the left and right arrow and perform other such actions without a postback. In this article, we will see some tips and tricks that can be applied to a CalendarExtender control.
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