Articles Written by Bipin Joshi

Implementing MVVM Pattern in Web Applications Using Knockout

Data driven web sites rely heavily on JavaScript and JavaScript based libraries such as jQuery. In situations where data binding and dependency tracking are desirable, open source libraries such as Knockout can easily fill these requirements in ASP.NET web sites. Bipin Joshi explains what Knockout is and how to get up and running with it in your ASP.NET applications.

Using BrowserID Authentication in ASP.NET Web Sites

Implementing support for a single user ID and password across multiple web sites can be complicated in an ASP.NET web site. Browser ID from Mozilla Labs offers a simple way of authenticating users, using their single sign-on credentials. Read on to learn how to use ASP.NET Forms Authentication and Browser ID hand in hand.

Using Model Binding in ASP.NET Data Controls

Earlier versions of ASP.NET used a data source control to bind data from the underlying data store with data bound controls. ASP.NET 4.5 provides a flexible alternative to data bind these controls - model binding. This article explains how the new model binding features can be used.

Tapping the Juice UI with ASP.NET

The downside of the jQuery UI from an ASP.NET perspective is that it is purely a client side library. ASP.NET web forms often rely on server side processing, and configuring the jQuery UI widgets can become tedious in such cases. Bipin Joshi gives you a quick overview of Juice UI components and shows how they can be used in ASP.NET Web Forms applications.

Applying AJAX to your ASP.NET Web Sites Using jQuery

With more and more web applications making use of jQuery and AJAX based techniques for communicating with the server, it's important for developers to have good grasp of jQuery AJAX techniques that can be used in ASP.NET. jQuery offers a variety of ways to make AJAX calls to the server. Read on to learn more.

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