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AngularJS + ASP.NET Web API: Building a simple grid in AngularJS with server-side paging, sorting, searching (Part 3)

In the previous post I populated the grid with data returned from an API, and in today’s post I’ll incorporate paging. Head over to & from the directives dropdown select “pagination” You should see a set of pagination controls – ea

AngularJS + ASP.NET Web API: Building a simple grid in AngularJS with server-side paging, sorting, searching (Part 1)

Recently I ran across a situation where I had to present some data in a grid form – something the user could edit/save/delete – the usual CRUD operations. I could have gone down the route of presenting the data in the conventional form using a ASP.NET MVC grid but somehow this seemed a b

AngularJS + ASP.NET Web API: Building a simple grid in AngularJS with server-side paging, sorting, searching (Part 2)

In the first part of the series I described how to configure the application to include the requisite JavaScript files, laid out the folder structure & stubbed out the app.js and a few other JavaScript files. I’ll now give a brief overview of setting up the data access layer, and then delve in

Introducing ASP.NET 5

The first preview release of ASP.NET 1.0 came out almost 15 years ago. Since then millions of developers have used it to build and run great web applications, and over the years we have added and evolved many, many capabilities to it. Show More Summary

Implement WebBinding using AngularJS

This article shows how we can implement WebBinding for the AngularJS library and, use it for binding AngularJS client side objects to ASP.NET server side objects.

How to sort a table in ASP.NET and MVC

This article will explain how to sort a table / GridView on an ASP.NET or MVC(AngularJs) application. I am demonstrating both client side and server side sorting. I am sure you will have a great knowledge on this topic after reading...

Refresh ASP.NET Membership Database with SSIS

When we need authorization in a.NET application on our intranet, we tend to use the pre-configured ASP.NET membership database provided by Microsoft. During development we have the need to refresh data on development from production on a daily basis. This article describes a solution to this proble

HappyPancake: a Retrospective on Building a Simple and Scalable Foundation

This is a guest repost by Rinat Abdullin, who worked on HappyPancake, the largest free dating site in Sweden. Initially written in ASP.NET and MS SQL Database server, it eventually became overly complex and expensive to scale. This is the last post in a nearly two year long series of engaging articles on the evolution of the project. Show More Summary

Gridview : Highlight Row/Cell using JQuery

CodeProject                         As an ASP.Net developer every one experience with the most prominent Gridview. In this article I'm going to couple all types of "highlighting" rows/column using JQuery. Problem:You may need to achieve any one of these following:1. Highlight the row when mouse over

LINQ (Language-Integrated Query)

In this article, I’ll describe how to write LINQ query in a ASP.Net application.

ASP.NET 5 and Ubuntu

During this article, we are going to explore what is currently necessary to run an ASP.NET 5 website on Ubuntu.

iTextSharp : Convert a text file to PDF while uploading in ASP.Net

CodeProjectiTextSharp is a most popular PDF Library to create,modify and do some additional manipulation with PDF files. In this article, I’m going to explain how to convert an text file to PDF while uploading. Ground work:                           Before starting we need to download the iTextSharp

Asp.Net MVC 4 in Action, Manning

Don’t trust the other poor reviews on this book. This is a great book for a particular type of reader. If you are an experienced developer but are wanting to ramp up on MVC in.Net then this book is for you. If you are an experienced MVC developer and are wanting to understand the depths of MVC4

NuGet Package of the Week: A different take on ASP.NET MVC Forms with ChameleonForms

One of the nice things about any modular system (like ASP.NET) is the ability to swap out the parts you don't like. As the authors of ChameleonForms state, HTML forms is a pain. It's repetitive, it's repetitive, and it's boring. While...Show More Summary

Break Away From XML Configurations with ConfigR

Configuration files within ASP.NET applications can often seem a bit convoluted. Sections strewn all over the place, settings with nothing but strings everywhere and last but certainly not least, it’s all in XML. While this can be just fine for most scenarios, some developers may want or need

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