Browser security prevents a web page located on a domain to make requests to a web page which is located on a different domain. This restriction is called the same-origin policy.(more…)
The below jQuery Interview Questions with answers will help you to succeed every job interview. These interview questions are divided into 4 parts: (more…)
Select2 is a jQuery based replacement for HTML Select Control. It supports searching, remote data sets, and infinite scrolling of results. It is available in GitHub and is free to use for everyone.(more…)
In my ASP.NET Core tutorial on API Controllers I created a REST API which does the CRUD operations on Reservation objects. Now in this tutorial I will consume that API in jQuery.
Make sure to keep the API project in running state so that the API can be consumed by jQuery.
So let’s start with any delay.(more…)
ASP.NET Core is a modern web development framework by Microsoft. You can build any type of projects – big or small, in this framework. ASP.NET Core is based on Model View Controller (MVC) architecture where any HTTP based request is captured by a Controller which then passes the response to the View.(more…)
The jQuery Focus method is called when a control gets focus. (more…)
SQL Server has 2 operators called Union All and Union that combine the result-set of two or more SELECT statements. The difference between Union All and Union operators is that Union All will ‘not remove the duplicate rows’ from the combined result-set, on the other hand Union operator will ‘remove the duplicate rows’ from the combined result-set. (more…)
Certificate-based Authentication is the use of a Digital Certificate to identify a client request before granting it the access to a resource, network, application, etc. Certificate Authentication provides added security to web applications. You can easily implement it in ASP.NET Core 3.0. Let us understand how to do it.(more…)
You can install free SSL on both cPanel & Plesk control panels.
This method works on every hosting like GoDaddy, HostGator, Linux, Windows, etc.
The best part?
You will get the SSL Certificate from Let’s Encrypt free of charge at the very same instance.