Using KnockoutJS with SignalR in ASP.NET MVC

KnockoutJS is a MVVM implementation for JavaScript written by Steve Sanderson, in my opinion the author of the best ASP.NET MVC textbooks available. Simply put it lets you bind a JavaScript object model to your HTML UI using a Read more

A MongoDB Tutorial using C# and ASP.NET MVC

In this post I'm going to create a simple ASP.NET MVC website for a simple blog that uses MongoDB and the offical 10gen C# driver. MongoDB is no NOSQL database that stores information as Binary JSON (BSON) in documents. I Read more

Linq To SQL Tutorial

Check out some of my other Linq to SQL posts: EntityBase Inheritance Modifiers with SQLMetal Linq to SQL with WCF Services Linq to SQL Framework (Repository/Business wrapper) ObjectDataSource binding with server side paging and sorting Load Options Generic Framework using reflection This is a basic tutorial for Read more

Using the jTemplate jquery plugin with ajax and ASP.NET

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A guy in work introduced me to jTemplates, a template engine plugin for jQuery. It allows you to easily bind JavaScript objects to a defined template and also has some other nifty features.

I’ve found jTemplates to be particularly good when using ajax to display any information quickly and easily.

First I’ll explain how to create a simple template to display data, and then how to use the foreach and cycle features.

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Using jQuery to make ajax calls to an ASMX web service using ASP.NET

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Making ajax calls to an ASP.NET web service using jQuery is too easy.  In this post I’ll explain how to do it!

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Using jQuery’s Each method to iterate through a JavaScript array

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The Each method in jQuery is pretty useful and can be used to iterate through the elements within a jQuery object.

I’ve been using it recently to iterate through JavaScript arrays.  It saves having to use a for loop and the code looks nicer.

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