Visual Studio has many tools available that you can use to install client-side packages such as JQuery and Bootstrap. Here I will discuss 2 popular ones which are:
1. LibMan (LibraryManager)
The Promise is an object that may produce a value, sometime in the future, on the completion of an asynchronous operation. The produced value can be either a successful result or an error .(more…)
The concept of Routing is very vast and I have covered it in 6 tutorials which are:
So make sure you cover each of these one by one.
One of the easiest methods to implement your own Custom Authentication Logic in ASP.NET Core is with Cookie Authentication method. Note that the Cookie Authentication method is not related to ASP.NET Core Identity in any way.(more…)
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 Web API 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.
This tutorial is a part of the ASP.NET Core API series which contains 4 tutorials to master this area: