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Not quite sure where to start building the code needed for paging data grids within your MVC Site? In this article I will show you how to create a simple and effective pager for use with grids. The pager we create will utilize ASP.NET Ajax to remove the need to postback for each page of data displayed.
Use the power of ASP.NET Ajax and Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) to automatically and periodically save webform data and provide an enhanced user experience.
Learn to use ASP.NET Ajax Client Behavior to display a visual indicator for the number of characters entered in a multiline textbox and to enforce the limit on the amount of text entered.
Accessing Server-Side Data from Client Script: Using WCF Services with jQuery and the ASP.NET Ajax Library
This ASP.NET tutorial shows how to expose server-side data using Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) Services and how to consume that data from client-side script using the ASP.NET Ajax Library and jQuery.
This ASP.NET tutorial shows how to expose server-side data with ASP.NET Ajax Web Services and how to consume that data from client-side script using the ASP.NET Ajax Library and jQuery.
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