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AJAX Paging in ASP.NET MVC using JQuery  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 108  |  Today: 0Author: Sateesh Arveti      Rating:  
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In this article, we will look into paging using AJAX. We can use this approach to load few rows on page load and remaining on demand. Here, we will look into html table paging. I am going to explain it with a sample MVC application. Create an ASP.NET MVC 2 web application and name it as JQueryPaging. We no need to add JQuery script files manually, since MVC have built-in support for JQuery. We are not going to use any JQuery plug-ins in this sample. In this sample, we will create an html table a...

Fast page loading by moving ASP.NET AJAX scripts after visible content     
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ASP.NET ScriptManager control has a property LoadScriptsBeforeUI, when set to false, should load all AJAX framework scripts after the content of the page. But it does not effectively push down all scripts after the content. Some framework scripts, extender scripts and other scripts registered by Ajax Control Toolkit still load before the page content loads. The following screen taken from shows several script tags are still added at the beginning of form which forces them to d...

How to call Server Side function from Client Side Code using PageMethods in ASP.NET AJAX     
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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 server side code from javascript, you will need to use AJAX, and the easiest way out, is to use the ASP.NET AJAX Extensions. One option while using Microsoft ASP.NET AJAX is to call ASP.NET Web services (.asmx files) from the browser by using client script. The script can call a w...

Building Interactive User Interfaces with Microsoft ASP.NET AJAX: Performing Client Actions in Response to Partial Page Postbacks     
Total Hits: 187  |  Today: 0Author: Scott Mitchell      Rating:  
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The previous three articles in this series focused on building AJAX-enabled web applications using server-side techniques and controls. For instance, Using the UpdatePanel examined how to define regions on the page that participate and are updated by partial page postbacks; Providing Visual Feedback with the UpdateProgress Control showed how to use the UpdateProgress control to display feedback during a long-running partial page postback. The ASP.NET AJAX Framework also includes a rich client-si...

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