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    Using jQuery Deferred Objects and Promises Instead of Callbacks

    In a previous post jQuery Tip #7 – Consolidating jQuery Ajax Calls I talked about how Ajax calls can be consolidated into a JavaScript object to promote re-use and simplify maintenance. In that post I showed how the Revealing Module Pattern can be used to provide a more structured approach and how a callback can be … Continue reading Using jQuery Deferred Objects and Promises Instead of Callbacks

    Using Handlebars Templates to Render HTML on the Client

    As more and more functionality moves to the client it's important to convert JSON data into HTML using techniques that make maintenance easy down the road. Fortunately, there are several different template frameworks out there that can be used to generate HTML without having to write a ton of JavaScript. One of my personal favorites … Continue reading Using Handlebars Templates to Render HTML on the Client

    How to add Help Pages to ASP.NET Web API Services – Dan Wahlin

    In a previous post I discussed the fundamentals of using the new ASP.NET Web API to expose JSON data to Ajax-enabled clients. One of the challenges with RESTful services exposed by ASP.NET Web API, Node.js, WCF, and others is that consumers of the service don't know what to expect from it unless documentation is provided … Continue reading How to add Help Pages to ASP.NET Web API Services – Dan Wahlin

    Learn to build an End to End Application with EF Code First, ASP.NET MVC 4, jQuery, and HTML5 with Dan Wahlin at Interface Technical Training

    It’s hard to keep up with all of the new technologies being released. The moment you think you understand a given technology a new one comes out and in some cases replaces the technology you just learned. Some people enjoy the challenge of keeping up with technology while others resist change and end up stuck … Continue reading Learn to build an End to End Application with EF Code First, ASP.NET MVC 4, jQuery, and HTML5 with Dan Wahlin at Interface Technical Training

    Getting Data in and out of ASP.NET Applications using Ajax and jQuery – Using a Custom HttpHandler by Dan Wahlin

    In my previous post I discussed how ASP.NET MVC controllers could be used to serve up JSON data to applications. Examples of additional technologies that can be used are shown next: 1. ASP.NET Web Services (.asmx) 2. Windows Communication Foundation 3. ASP.NET MVC Controller/Action 4. Custom HttpHandler 5. Web API With ASP.NET MVC you can … Continue reading Getting Data in and out of ASP.NET Applications using Ajax and jQuery – Using a Custom HttpHandler by Dan Wahlin

    Getting Data in and out of ASP.NET Applications using Ajax and jQuery – Using ASP.NET MVC part 3 by Dan Wahlin

    In my previous post I discussed how Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) could be used to serve up JSON data to applications. WCF is one of several different technologies that can be used to convert server-side objects into JSON data that can be consumed by Ajax clients. Examples of additional technologies that can be used are … Continue reading Getting Data in and out of ASP.NET Applications using Ajax and jQuery – Using ASP.NET MVC part 3 by Dan Wahlin

    Getting Data in and out of ASP.NET Applications using Ajax and jQuery – Using WCF – Part 2 by Dan Wahlin

    In my previous post I discussed how to use ASP.NET Web Services to serve up JSON data to applications. As a quick review, there are several different techniques that can be used including the following: 1. ASP.NET Web Services (.asmx) 2. Windows Communication Foundation 3. ASP.NET MVC Controller/Action 4. Custom HttpHandler 5. Web API With … Continue reading Getting Data in and out of ASP.NET Applications using Ajax and jQuery – Using WCF – Part 2 by Dan Wahlin