Tag Archives: ajax

Form swapping with ASP.Net MVC 4, jQuery and Ajax

In this screen cast I will demonstrate how swap forms within in a section of your page using jQuery and AJAX.

This technique allows you to make your web sites faster and provide an easier (and better user experience).

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ASP.Net MVC: Using Json Standard Responses for your Ajax Calls

For the past couple of years, after we started our move towards ASP.Net MVC, we have been using more and more ajax to enrich our user interface and we love it.

At the begining we use to send our responses as simple strings (true/false) or very customized Json responses. However, for the past year or so we’ve been using Standard Json Responses and it has been working great. I’ve passed this idea to a couple of friends and everyone seems to like it so here it is.

Objective & Advantages

The objective will be to have standard Json Responses to our AJAX calls that we can easily re-use accross our application, independent of what action or what objects we are working with… And by having and standard responses, we can have a standard way to handle them.

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ASP MVC – Delete confirmation with Ajax & jQuery UI Dialog

In this post I will show you how I implemented a delete confirmation implementation for MVC using the jQuery UI Dialog control. I have done this by adding virtually no customization to the templates generated ASP.Net MVC, and aiming the functionality to be as reusable as possible.

Our Objective

When a user clicks the “Delete” button on a list (or elsewhere), we are going to show a confirmation dialog. If the user confirms, the record will be deleted. If he/she cancels, no action will be taken. In essence, this is what we are trying to do:

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