ASP.NET jQuery Cookbook

ASP.NET jQuery Cookbook

Sonal Aneel Allana

Language: English

Pages: 308

ISBN: 1849690464

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

ASP.NET jQuery Cookbook

Sonal Aneel Allana

Language: English

Pages: 308

ISBN: 1849690464

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Written in a cookbook style, this book offers solutions using a recipe-based approach. Each recipe contains step-by-step instructions followed by an analysis of what was done in each task and other useful information. The cookbook approach means you can dive into whatever recipes you want in no particular order. This book is for ASP.NET developers who want to learn ASP.NET and jQuery integration. The book assumes you have prior experience of developing web applications using ASP.NET, C#, Visual Studio, and jQuery. As this book targets readers of various experience levels, you will find useful recipes regardless of your skill level.

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instead. In addition to optimizing the number of event handlers required on the page, event delegation also helps you wire the event to child elements that do not exist now but will be added in future. Event delegation is made possible because of event bubbling. Event bubbling is the process by which an event that occurs in a child element travels to its parent, then to its parent's parent, and so on, until it reaches the root element: the window. Let's say we have a table element on a page. When

.on() in jQuery 1.7+ for event binding. There are various ways of using this method, which are as follows: ff Attaching a single event to a handler For example, attaching a handler to the click event of a button control as follows: $ ("#btnTest").on ("click",function (){...}); ff Attaching multiple events to a handler For example, attaching the same handler to the mouseover and mouseout events of an image control as follows: $ ("#imgTest").on ("mouseover mouseout", function (){...}); ff

maxChars - count; 7. If the difference is positive or zero, the number of available characters, that is, the difference calculated earlier, is displayed in the second textbox below the comments field: if (remChars >= 0) { $("#<%=txtCount.ClientID%>").val(remChars.toString()); } Otherwise, only the first 100 characters are extracted from the comments field using the substring function and displayed in the field. The count of characters is set to 0 in the second textbox, and an error message is

prod.ProductName, UnitPrice = prod.UnitPrice, UnitsInStock = prod.UnitsInStock }; return query; } 11. Set SelectMethod of GridView to the preceding method in the GridView markup as follows: SelectMethod="GridView1_GetData" 12. Define a CSS style for the Edit link in the GridView in the head element of the page:

13. The complete markup of the page (excluding the styles applied to GridView) is as follows:

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