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EditableGridView     
Total Hits: 170  |  Today: 0Author: Bart Meirens      Rating:  
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As I'm keen to learn new things, I thought I'd have a go at control extenders. For this extender, my inspiration was a GridView control which holds records that have to be edited. In the classic ASP.NET way, we would have a postback of the entire page, get the record returned, but this time entered in textfields to edit the data, post the entire page again to apply the changes and then receive the grid once more to have a consolidated set of data and no more textboxes. This scenario gives us the...

Accessing Webservice by using Sys.Net.WebRequest  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 129  |  Today: 0Author: Anup1252000      Rating:  
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In this article we are going to see how to access the webservice from Sys.Net.WebRequest where we can find the country by entering the IP address....

MaskedEdit Extender with Date  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 88  |  Today: 0Author: Moderator1      Rating:  
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MaskedEdit, an excellent control to use, with web applications. The MaskedEdit control is an ASP.NET AJAX extender that can be attached to a TextBox control. When using MaskedEdit the input is masked and the value is validated on the client according to the MaskType chosen. The MaskedEdit control has to be integrated with the MaskedEditValidator to verify the input. Here I’m going to explain how to use the MaskedEdit extender to take Date as input and validate it....

Difference between calling a web service using jQuery and AJAX  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 62  |  Today: 0Author: Shinuraj      Rating:  
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We see here difference between calling a web service using jQuery and ASP .NET AJAX....

jQuery in Action 2nd edition: Queuing functions for execution  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 60  |  Today: 0Author: Manning Publications      Rating:  
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This article is taken from the book jQuery in Action, second edition. This segment shows how you can create your own queue to queue up any functions that you'd like to have executed in serial order. An understanding of jQuery animation is assumed....

Understanding AJAX     
Total Hits: 186  |  Today: 0Author: Nawaz Ijaz      Rating:  
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Just imagine a very massive webpage providing a lot of functionalities with lot of data, all coming from the server. Now the user wants to get some information from the server that may affect only a small portion of this page but when he submits his request, the whole page renders again unnecessarily, taking lot of time and populating each and every thing again.
This has been a very irritating problem in the past but now, AJAX (Asynchronous JavaScript And XML) has come up as a solution of the...

Creating an AJAX-Enabled Grid using ICallbackEventHandler (Part 2)     
Total Hits: 224  |  Today: 0Author: Ashish Sarda      Rating:  
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In my previous article of Ajax enabled grid using ICallbackEventHandler I outline the creation of a grid with the following operations.
* Sort the grid in ascending or in descending order by clicking on the arrows next to a column name.
* Change pages of the grid.
* Change page length of the grid.
In this article we will discuss editing the grid with the principal goal of doubleclicking on a grid cell to enable editing of that cell then edit the content of the cell and f...

Create flickr-like Editing Fields Using AJAX & CSS     
Total Hits: 212  |  Today: 0Author: dbachrach      Rating:  
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On one of my web projects I’ve been working on, we needed to allow the user to edit some information on their profile page. I could have written an HTML form page and then written the php database updater, but why use such outdated interfaces? This is the era of AJAX, and you can’t deny it. AJAX is pretty sweet. I decided on using flickr-like editing boxes to do the job. If you are not familiar with how flickr handles editing data, here’s a short summary....

Gmail like file upload button     
Total Hits: 157  |  Today: 0Author: Shyam S      Rating:  
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This is an inherited button control which can perform file upload like in gmail manner. The button uses the inherited IFRAME technique to avoid full page rendering so that user will get a nice experience....

In-Place Editing with Atlas Behaviors     
Total Hits: 173  |  Today: 0Author: #ASP.NET      Rating:  
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This morning I saw an email asking about enabling the in-place editable label experience using Atlas. It provided a nice catalyst for something I was planning on doing: publishing an Atlas component authoring post. I wrote a script component in the form of a behavior to encapsulate the functionality, and an extender control that makes it very easy to use on the server. It took me just an hour to get both of these developed. This post is focused on using this functionality, and the intent is to s...

Sys.Debug in Asp.Net Ajax Framework     
Total Hits: 171  |  Today: 0Author: Neu Romantic      Rating:  
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Every developer needs to debug his applications. There are two ways:
* Debugging - step-by-step tracking of an application process.
* Tracing - monitoring of application processes without breaking and writing useful information in a special console. Asp.Net developers wrote the great Ajax Framework. There is so much stuff for professionals and beginner developers.
Also they didn't forget about debugging tools....



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