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In this post I want to show you how to use jQuery to create an AJAX login screen. I am going to use an ASP.NET MVC application for this demonstration. I will be modifying the small default application that is created when you create a new MVC application. So go ahead and create a new MVC application. I will be walking through the process step by step so when this article is done you will have a working application.
So far we have looked at the requirements for our fictional application and the data structure that goes with that, the application’s Model using a repository pattern , and URL Routing to provide friendlier URLs.
What we have covered so far really is just supporting code. In this post we’ll look the first of two parts that really hold our application together, the Controller. In the next post we’ll cover the View and how it ties into the Controller.
I’m sure you’ve seen those nice interactive form validations on some Web 2.0 websites. The validation occurs while you’re typing your form input. For example, you’re typing your email in the email address field. You see a red “X” mark beside the field and when you’re finished typing your email address, a green check mark replaces the red “X” mark. What happens there is while you’re typing in your email address, the page communicates with the server to validate what you’re typing. When you finished typing your email address and the data you keyed in is valid, it passes the validation so it shows the green check mark without reloading the page. This is done using Ajax.
I’ve read about jQuery in this great post Five recommendations for starting a startup with ASP.NET and wanted to play with it and see
how easy it is to call a WebMethod from
sQuery. I Started by reading some of the great Tutorials and downloaded the code from here.
I Created a test web project, copied the jQuery [...]
Finding a good and free domain is not an easy task, and might be a real time consuming. To make it much more efficient and fun, why don’t you do it the web 2.0 way? check out ajaxwhois.com. you can select the preferred extensions and just type in the name you want to check without [...]
A few days ago I was working on a web application and when I added a ScriptManager and a ScriptManagerProxy to the Master Page and Although the compilation was successful. I got the following error on the designer:
‘ScriptManager’ is ambiguous in the namespace ‘System.Web.UI’,
I said to my self: ah, probably another one of the Visual [...]
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