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Creating Asynchronous Actions in ASP.NET MVC
15 April 14 12:15 PM | bipinjoshi
Asynchronous actions allow you to handle more concurrent requests and can be implemented using async / await keywords. Asynchronous actions are useful in situations where you are performing some network operation such as calling a remote service. This...
Problem setting the default value for ASP.NET MVC DropDownList
10 April 14 08:30 AM | bipinjoshi
Recently one of the readers reported a problem that the DropDownList helper is not working as expected. The problem was resolved by slightly tweaking the code but since it sounded like a tricky thing that many beginners would stumble upon I am writing...
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Using Attribute Routing in ASP.NET MVC
27 March 14 11:53 AM | bipinjoshi
ASP.NET MVC maps a URL to an action method through what is known as Routing. By default an ASP.NET MVC URL includes a controller and an action name where the request finally lands. However, you can customize many aspects of a route such as root prefix...
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Performing Asynchronous Operations Using Entity Framework
24 March 14 11:01 AM | bipinjoshi
Asynchronous programming involves executing operations in the background so that the main thread can continue its own operations. This way the main thread can keep the user interface responsive while the background thread is processing the task at hand...
Handling Errors in ASP.NET MVC Applications
18 March 14 08:54 AM | bipinjoshi
No matter how proficiently you developed your application there are chances that your code may not work as expected and will generate an error at runtime. Users may enter some invalid data, mathematical calculations can go wrong, some network level fault...
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Implementing Ajax Login in ASP.NET MVC
26 February 14 11:16 AM | bipinjoshi
Implementing Ajax based login involves many of the same steps as the normal forms authentication. However, the login page doesn't send user ID and password to the server through a standard form submission. Instead, user credentials are sent to the server...
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Model Binding to List of Objects in ASP.NET MVC
24 February 14 07:09 AM | bipinjoshi
Showing a single record for editing is quite common and the default model binding of ASP.NET MVC takes care of mapping the form fields to the model properties. However, sometimes you need to edit multiple records. For example, you may want to display...
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Learning, Unlearning and ASP.NET
11 February 14 07:02 AM | bipinjoshi
Software industry is one of the most dynamic industries to work with. Everyday something new comes up and you have no option but to learn it to be in the race. While learning is a commonly acquired skill by software developers, not many can acquire the...
ASP.NET Articles added in the month of January 2014
31 January 14 09:25 AM | bipinjoshi
In case you missed earlier updates, here is a list of recently added articles: ** 7 Things You Need To Know About Web Workers Web Workers allow you to run JavaScript code in the background without blocking the web page user interface. Web workers can...
Posting GridView Data to MVC Controller
23 January 14 11:27 AM | bipinjoshi
Visual Studio 2013 provides a unified development environment for ASP.NET Web Forms and ASP.NET MVC applications. This unified environment is called as One ASP.NET. What it means for developers is that a single project can use Web Forms, MVC controllers...
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