How to use CKEditor in ASP.NET MVC – Developers Guide with Sample Codes to Download

Last Updated: June 13, 2017

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You can create a feature in your MVC site where a user can enter HTML contents for a certain field. This can be achieved using CKEditor which you can download from CKEditor website. (more…)

How to Create ASP.NET MVC Paging

Last Updated: May 14, 2017

How to create Custom Paging Links in ASP net mvc

In ASP.NET MVC you can create paging Links very easily using 2 classes – “PagingHelper.cs” and “PagingInfo.cs”. (more…)

jQuery removeClass() Method Tutorial

Last Updated: May 14, 2017

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The jQuery removeClass() method, as the name suggests, is used to remove one or more class names from a selector. For removing multiple class names, separate those using spaces. (more…)

jQuery addClass() Method Tutorial

Last Updated: May 14, 2017

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The jQuery addClass() method is used to add one or more class names to a selector. To add more than one class name, separate them using spaces. (more…)

jQuery hasClass() Method

Last Updated: May 14, 2017

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In jQuery if you want to find out whether an element or elements are assigned a particular CSS Class then use .hasClass() method. It returns true if it finds the class else returns false.

Syntax of jQuery hasClass

[js] $(selector).hasClass("classname"); [/js] The selector can either be an element or group of elements. (more…)

ASP.NET MVC Data Annotation – Client Side Validation of Controls – Textbox, Dropdownlist, Checkbox, Radiobutton

Last Updated: April 28, 2017

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In ASP.NET MVC Client Side Validation of Controls are done using jQuery and 2 plugins (jQuery Validation & jQuery Unobtrusive Validation).

Download jQuery, jQuery Validation & jQuery Unobtrusive Validation from NuGet

The first thing is to include all these 3 in your project, which you can do easily through NuGet. (more…)

ASP.NET MVC Data Annotation – Server Side Validation of Controls – Textbox, Dropdownlist, Checkbox, Radiobutton

Last Updated: April 28, 2017

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Whenever a form is submitted you should ensure to do the Server Side Validation of every control so that the received data is correct and valid. Some developers provide only client side validation and leave the server side validation in their projects. This is a wrong practice as users can disable JavaScript on their browser and bypass the Client Side Validation. Therefore always make sure to do Server Side Validation in your project. (more…)

jQuery Selector – The Complete Usage Tutorial Guide

Last Updated: April 24, 2017

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JQuery Selector starts with the dollar sign and parentheses - $() and finds one or more HTML elements in the DOM. We can use name, id, CSS Class, type, attribute, etc to find elements using the jQuery Selector. The below jQuery Selector finds all the div elements in the DOM. (more…)

Implementing TheMovieDB (TMDB) API with jQuery AJAX

Last Updated: June 13, 2017

Implementing TheMovieDB (TMDB) API with jQuery AJAX

The TheMovieDB (TMDB) API provides all the information of movies, actors and series, free of charge. You can integrate this API in your Website using only jQuery AJAX.

Introduction

In this tutorial I will allow user to search for any actor (like Tom Cruise, Nicole kidman, Tom Hanks, etc). The actor results will be shown in a grid structure created with div elements. On clicking on any actor in this result, the whole information of the actor is shown to the user. (more…)

Implementing TheMovieDB (TMDB) API in ASP.NET MVC

Last Updated: April 17, 2017

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Introduction to TheMovieDB API

The Movie Database (TMDb) is a community built movie and TV database. Every piece of data has been added dating back to 2008. TMDb's strong international focus and breadth of data is largely unmatched and available through the mean of TheMovieDb API. You can use this API to create different sort of features like searching movie, actors, TV series, companies, reviews and much more. (more…)