ASP.NET MVC, ASP.NET and jQuery Articles Link List
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Abstract: Starting from today, we thought of creating our own DotNetCurry article ‘Link List’, categorized by different technologies. This week, we will be covering the articles on ASP.NET MVC 2, ASP.NET 4.0 and ASP.NET jQuery published in the last six months.
The first half of this year has passed by and it has been very exciting so far. Author Malcolm Sheridan got the MVP award and Shoban, Subodh and Suprotim recently were re-awarded the MVP title. Congratulations all of you!
Starting from today, we thought of creating our own DotNetCurry article ‘Link List’, categorized by different technologies. This week, we will be covering the articles on ASP.NET MVC 2, ASP.NET 4.0 and ASP.NET jQuery published this year. Most of the articles in this link list have been written by Microsoft MVP’s Malcolm Sheridan and Suprotim Agarwal. You can Bookmark this link for future reference. Here’s the list:
ASP.NET MVC 2 Articles Link List
Using Dynamic Views In ASP.NET MVC 2 - The following article demonstrates how to use dynamic views in ASP.NET MVC 2.
Strongly Typed Helpers in ASP.NET MVC 2 - The following article demonstrates how to use the new strongly typed helpers in ASP.NET MVC 2
Handle JSON Exceptions Gracefully in ASP.NET MVC 2 - The following article demonstrates how to handle exceptions gracefully when calling Ajax methods using ASP.NET MVC 2
Building A Custom ActionResult in MVC 2 To Download Excel Files - The following article demonstrates how to create a custom ActionResult to allow users to download Microsoft Excel files using ASP.NET MVC 2.
Return Multiple Objects Using ASP.NET MVC'S JsonResult Class - The following article demonstrates how to return multiple objects in ASP.NET MVC using the JsonResult class
Three Ways to Populate a Select Element with ASP.NET MVC and jQuery - The following article demonstrates three ways to populate a select element using ASP.NET MVC and jQuery
Using jQuery in an ASP.NET MVC application To Create Stunning Tooltips - Version 2 - The following article demonstrates how to use jQuery with ASP.NET MVC to create stunning tooltip
Building A Color Picker Using ASP.NET MVC And jQuery – Update - The following article is a update to the article I published on how to build a color picker using ASP.NET MVC and jQuery
Building A Color Picker Using ASP.NET MVC And jQuery - The following article demonstrates how to build a color picker tool using ASP.NET MVC and jQuery
Building A Ratings Widget With ASP.NET MVC And jQuery - The following article demonstrates how to build a ratings widget for your website using ASP.NET MVC and jQuery
ASP.NET 4.0, ASP.NET jQuery Articles Link List
ReadOnly ASP.NET TextBox at RunTime using jQuery - In this short and simple article, we will see how to check a condition and make a TextBox readonly at runtime using jQuery.
Using Script reference Profiler to Improve the Performance of an ASP.NET AJAX page - This article demonstrates how to use Script reference profiler to improve performance of an ASP.NET AJAX page
TextBox AutoComplete with ASP.NET and jQuery UI - This article demonstrates how to use the jQuery UI AutoComplete widget to consume an ASP.NET Web Service that is JSON Serialized
Sort Items of a BulletedList Control using jQuery - This article demonstrates how to sort the items of the BulletedList control and display the sorted list
ASP.NET Page Curls using jQuery - In this short article, I will show you how to use a jQuery plug-in to add curls to your existing ASP.NET page.
Localize the jQuery DatePicker Control in an ASP.NET Page - The jQuery UI DatePicker widget is highly configurable and full of features, and I use it in my applications whenever I can. In this article, we will see how to localize the DatePicker based on the value selected from an ASP.NET DropDownList.
Create a SlideShow with ASP.NET Panels using jQuery - This article demonstrates how to display ASP.NET Panels one after the other, and after a fixed duration, like a slide show.
Filtering RSS Feed using LINQ and Binding to an ASP.NET GridView - In this article, we will see how to read and filter the RSS Feed of dotnetcurry.com using LINQ to XML.
What's New in ASP.NET 4.0 – Better ViewState Control - In ASP.NET 2.0/3.5, you could disable ViewState for individual controls. However what you could not do is disable ViewState at a Page level and then enable it individually for controls on that page that require it. ASP.NET 4.0 changes that and gives more control to developers.
What's New in ASP.NET 4.0 – SEO Enhancements with MetaKeywords and MetaDescription properties - In this article, we will take an overview of the two new properties added to the Page class in ASP.NET 4.0 – MetaKeywords and MetaDescription.
AutoScroll an ASP.NET Multiline TextBox using jQuery - This article demonstrates how to autoscroll a multiline textbox both upwards and downwards using jQuery
Moving data between two ListBoxes - Difference between jQuery 1.3.2 and jQuery 1.4 - The following article demonstrates the benefit in using jQuery 1.4 over 1.3.2 when you need to move data between two select element
Populate an ASP.NET ListBox from JSON results using jQuery - This article demonstrates how to populate an ASP.NET ListBox using data coming from a JSON Serialized ASP.NET Web Service
Keeping Your ASP.NET Session Alive Using jQuery - The following article demonstrates how to keep your session alive when you're using ASP.NET MVC and jQuery
Click and Retrieve the Value of a GridView Cell using jQuery - This article demonstrates how to click and retrieve data from a GridView cell.
Serialize only Selected Elements of a Form and Submit it using jQuery - This article will demonstrate how to submit form data in the background without using ASP.NET AJAX and at the same time prevent some form fields from being submitted.
I hope you liked this list. Bookmark this link for future use. In the coming weeks, we will be publishing similar lists on Visual Studio, Expression Web, LINQ and .NET 4.
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