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JavaScript Events
Introduction A lot has changed with regard to events and event handling since the old days of HTML. Let’s have a brief look at it. Old Days In the old days, it was common to add event listeners in one of two ways: By code: 1: var elm = document.getElementById...
My All Time Favorite Posts
Since this blog started, back in 2008, I wrote a lot of posts. I’d say some are still up to date. I picked a few of them, those I’m more proud of, in no particular order. ASP.NET Web Forms: Using the ASP.NET Health Monitoring Provider to Secure Your Application...
ASP.NET MVC Validation Complete
OK, so let’s talk about validation. Most people are probably familiar with the out of the box validation attributes that MVC knows about, from the System.ComponentModel.DataAnnotations namespace, such as EnumDataTypeAttribute , RequiredAttribute , StringLengthAttribute...
One thing I didn’t refer on my previous post on ASP.NET MVC CRUD with AJAX was how to retrieve model validation information into the client. We want to send any model validation errors to the client in the JSON object that contains the ProductId , RowVersion...
Yet Another ASP.NET MVC CRUD Tutorial
I know that I have not posted much on MVC, mostly because I don’t use it on my daily life, but since I find it so interesting, and since it is gaining such popularity, I will be talking about it much more. This time, it’s about the most basic of scenarios...
Calling WCF Web Services from JavaScript
This post was long due, so here it is. Prepare for a long post! Whenever you need to consume a WCF web service from a web page, you have (at least) three options: Have the ASP.NET ScriptManager generate a strongly-typed JavaScript proxy to the service...
jQuery 1.4.3 Released
Get it from here . Some performance improvements and also some new functionalities. See the release notes and all the API methods that were changed .
Glimmer allows you to easily create interactive elements on your web pages by harnessing the power of the jQuery library. Without having to hand-craft your JavaScript code, you can use Glimmer’s wizards to generate jQuery scripts for common interactive...
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