Category Archives: Ajax Examples

View Effectively any kind of Documents at High Speed in Ajax

Boost and maximize your SharePoint experience & investment with a fully combined document and file viewer. Adeptol Viewer for SharePoint is a high end faster document viewer allowing you to view, interpret, redact and safeguard documents right within SharePoint. No additional software installs are needed on Server and nothing goes on client side either. There…

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Remote Programmer – The Quality Web Developer India

Remote Programmer is a quality web development company from India. Remote Programmer is specialized in PHP, MySQL, AJAX, .NET, SQL Server. Remote Programmer has been providing web based solutions since 2000 in different database oriented web technologies. It is also important to mention we maintain the required grammar/steps of web-software development to help the future…

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Ajax – What Is It and How It Works

Ajax stands for Asyncronous Java Script and XML and is known for making web applications function as fast (or faster) than desktop applications. Let’s talk about what a typical web application looks like. For instance, a Google search: * you enter some text in the search box. * you then click the search button. *…

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ASP.NET: Disable, Enable Validator Using Javascript

Doing this is pretty easy, if you know how or what method to use. I wanted to disable a Validator for a province TextBox if the country DropDownList chosen is USA because the state DropDownList will be enabled so the province should be inactive. Doing this server-side may be easy, but I wanted to use…

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Regex For Creating Usernames

A regular expression (called regex) is a way for a programmer to instruct how a program should look for a specified pattern in text and then what it should do when each pattern match is found. Rather than going through each character of a string and doing matches, regex makes life easier for programmers to…

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ASP.NET: ValidationSummary For A CreateUserWizard Control

ASP.NET provides a control that uses the Membership API to create users on the fly via the CreateUserWizard control. The only drawback with this control is that you cannot include any other details like first name, last name, address and others. You would have to place all other details as a separate page, called a…

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ASP.NET: Get Access Of Control Within A CreateUserWizard

Getting access to a control from within c# is straightforward. You just call the ID name and call the method or property that you want to use. If you are going to get access to a control from within a CreateUserWizard control and your code may look something like you call the Label control by…

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Practical Javascript, DOM Scripting, and Ajax Projects

Practical Javascript, DOM Scripting, and Ajax Projects picks up where Beginning JavaScript with DOM Scripting and Ajax left off. Frank Zammetti’s practical guide to real-world JavaScript and Ajax will have you developing actual client-side apps in no time. As more of a hacker than a theoretician, this kind of guide appeals to me. Usually when…

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Beginning JavaScript with DOM Scripting and Ajax

Beginning JavaScript with DOM Scripting and Ajax will take you from knowing absolutely nothing about JavaScript to being able to manipulate the DOM, build basic Ajax applications and more. Most of us who have been building websites since the pre-Ajax days learned JavaScript through a mish-mash of one-off scripts, validations, etc. If a book like…

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Snap : New Search Engine

Snap is something which google might become in near future, as everything is getting AJAX’ed nowadays ;). As the title suggests, It’s indeed a marvelous way of searching. With some of the top programmers behind the project, there is no wonder it does so well. Most of the menu and search features are AJAX enabled…

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