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Frontend Development–Browserify

Frontend Development Series Modern Frontend Development This Post Vue.js Series Data Validation-Vue.js This Post As the front-end code grow; we need an option to encapsulate our Javascript based work and need Javascript modules that only exposes required
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Modern Frontend Development

Thanks to Node and Javascript Frameworks; the frontend development landscape has changed a lot and things are in continuous flux. For .NET developers; adapting to this might be hard to digest because we have been “addicted” to use one single thing that

Data Validation-Vue.js

Data Validation Series Data Validation–Silverlight Data Validation-MVC Data Validation-Web Forms Data Validation-Knockout Data Validation-Vue.js In the previous post we have learned about how we can do validation on the client side on the client model
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Angular JS

Angular JS is the famous Javascript library for Single Page Applications from Google. Now the v1.x version is called Angular JS and the v2 onwards are called Angular or Angular 2/2+. It is also the frontend part of the “MEAN” stack; where MongoDB is used
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Data Validation–Knockout

Data Validation Series Data Validation–Silverlight Data Validation-MVC Data Validation-Web Forms Data Validation-Knockout Data Validation-Vue.js In the previous posts we learned about how we can do client side validation using jQuery.Validation against
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Data Validation–Web Forms

Data Validation Series Data Validation–Silverlight Data Validation-MVC Data Validation-Web Forms Data Validation-Knockout Data Validation-Vue.js In the previous posts we learned about how we can do client side validation using System.ComponentModel.DataAnnotations
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MVC4 : From Ajax Helper to jQuery and Knockout

In our MVC4 sprint; we used ASP.NET bundling for CSS / JS resources and migrated all the Ajax.BeginForm / Ajax.EndForm based forms that were developed in MVC2 days to the current techniques In our MVC3 sprint ; we removed MicrosoftMvcValidation.js and
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Ajax WCF and Posting from KnockoutJS + jQuery

A while ago I posted about Ajax enabled WCF Service :: Round tripping ; in which I didn’t show how to post from Javascript / Client to WCF that expects an entity for scenarios like new record. This is needed when there's already Ajax Enabled WCF is in
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ASP.NET-DataTables in Dotnetnuke

After signing off from that little endeavor, I decided to try DataTables with Dotnetnuke. Service Framework was introduced in Dotnetnuke (DNN) v6.2, it was MVC based thing, but later in v7 they have changed it and now it uses ASP.NET WebApi framework
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ASP.NET-DataTables with WebApi

In the previous post , we couldn’t handle DataTables ’ Paging, Sorting and Searching at the Server Side due to PageMethods limitations. There might be some work-around, but we had another requirement that we had to implement our thing in ASCX (User Control)
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ASP.NET–DataTables with PageMethods

Javascript apps are fancy gardens of glass, attractive but fragile. I personally don’t like it, but it’s hip these days! A friend asked if we can incorporate “DataTables” a popular jQuery plugin into an existing ASP.NET application, and I availed an opportunity
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AJAX-enabled WCF Service :: Round tripping

From the last post ; we have realized that for a typical CRUD / Round tripping implementation; we need “something” that can do JSON to DOM and DOM to JSON conversion so that we can send and receive JSON data over the wire using the jQuery! There might
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AJAX-enabled WCF Service :: Getting Started

Once you know how to configure the WCF services; they are great! There is built-in AJAX-enabled WCF Service template that one can use to create a server side peace of the modern AJAX base web app. The more recent option is Web-Api; but it requires that
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Office Web Apps

Microsoft is preparing to launch Office Web Apps (more or less like Google Docs) and its Tech Preview is released to selected testers…I think it will be largely available along Office 2010! Currently Excel and PowerPoint are available in Tech Preview;
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HTML5, Standards and Developer Features in Microsoft Internet Explorer 8

I started using IE again after IE7 mainly because of its speed and the fact that it has copied all the nice features (Tabs) of Firefox <smile /> IE8 has got some nice developers features (JavaScript debugger with Breakpoints, Native Json support,
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