Category Archives: C#

  • Ajax Slider Control & GridView in ASP.NET

    Posted on May 11, 2012 by in ASP.NET, C#

    AJAX Slider Extender control allows you to display a graphical slider similar to the one you would see in most media players, contact menu’s etc. When a value is chosen using the Slider, it is automatically persisted during full or partial postbacks. We can associate the slider to a textbox or a label.   I am […]

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  • AJAX SlideShow Extender Control in ASP.NET

    Posted on May 9, 2012 by in ASP.NET, C#

    AJAX SlideShow Extender control can be used to create a Slide show by looping images in a round robin fashion. The images are configured with the SlideShow by using a PageMethod or a Webservice. AJAX SlideShow extender takes the ID of image control to display the images in it according to the time interval fixed […]

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  • Ajax CalendarExtender Control ASP.NET

    Posted on May 9, 2012 by in ASP.NET, C#

    AJAX CalendarExtender control is an AJAX extension that can be associated with a TextBox control. You could perform all actions that you would normally perform on a regular ASP CALENDAR SERVER CONTROL such as selecting a date, navigating through months/years etc. All these actions would be supported without making a trip back to the server […]

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  • RadioButton in ASP.NET GridView Control

    Posted on May 7, 2012 by in ASP.NET, C#, Dotnet

    In this article, I am going to demonstrate how to embed RadioButton control into the grid view. I observed that developers encounter following issues/dilemmas while using RadioButton control.  The solution I propose in this article would address these common issues. If we use Server RadioButton control, you cannot enforce radio button grouping meaning user can […]

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  • Ajax Timer Control in ASP.NET

    Posted on May 7, 2012 by in ASP.NET, C#, Dotnet

    AJAX Timer control enables a portion of an ASP.NET web page to be dynamically updated at a regular interval without the need of a user perform an action. When you add timer control to a page, a Javascript component is embedded in to the page. When the interval specified in the control elapses, this JS […]

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  • Custom Object Renderer in LOG4NET

    Posted on May 3, 2012 by in C#, Dotnet

    Typically when you invoke Info, Error or Debug methods of the Logger, Log4Net internally invokes Render method of the DefaultRender to render objects.  Log4Net logging methods not only accept string but also an object as parameter. When you pass an object to the method, the default render calls the ToString() on the object parameter and […]

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  • Ajax Update Progress Control in ASP.NET

    Posted on May 1, 2012 by in ASP.NET, C#, Dotnet

    The UpdateProgress control provides status information about partial-page updates in UpdatePanel controls. If an update panel is taking considerable amount of time to refresh (update), user would think that page is not refreshing (or responding) and would be inclined to refresh the page or close it altogether. You don’t want any of those things to […]

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  • Ajax Update Panel Control in ASP.NET

    Posted on April 30, 2012 by in ASP.NET, C#, Dotnet

    The ASP.NET AJAX Control Toolkit is an open-source project built on top of the Microsoft ASP.NET AJAX framework. It is a joint effort between Microsoft and the ASP.NET AJAX community that provides a powerful infrastructure to write reusable, customizable and extensible ASP.NET AJAX extenders and controls, as well as a rich array of controls that […]

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  • XML Serialization C#

    Posted on April 26, 2012 by in C#, Dotnet

    XML Serialization is the process of taking the state of an object and persisting it in some form. The DOTNET Framework includes powerful objects that can serialize any object to XML.  Using XML Serialization we can convert object’s properties, fields in to a XML stream. DOTNET exposes many XML Attributes which can be used to […]

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  • Cascading Dropdowns using JQuery

    Posted on April 26, 2012 by in C#, Dotnet, Jquery, Other Programming

    Cascading Dropdowns are a series of dependent Dropdowns where one dropdown is dependent on the parent and is populated based on the item selected by the user. In this article i would let you know a simple way to achieve this using JQuery.

    Generally, in case of cascading dropdown, once a user selects a dropdown a request is sent ASP.NET/PHP backend which inturn calls the DB to get required data which is populated. This means every time user selects new dropdown item there is trip to a database. Unless there is large dataset , you can bring the data once, populate the dropdowns using Jquery.

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