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Use Session in ASP.NET Core 1.0
ASP.NET developers often use Session object to store session wide data. Storing and retrieving values in the Session object is quite straightforward in ASP.NET web forms and ASP.NET MVC. However, ASP.NET Core deal with the session data in a different way. This article introduces you to the foundations of session data management in ASP.NET Core.
Posted On : 18 Apr 2016
AngularJS Directive That Invokes ASP.NET MVC Action
Recently one of the readers asked whether an AngularJS directive can invoke ASP.NET MVC actions. This article shows how a simple AngularJS directive can be created that invokes an ASP.NET MVC action using Ajax. Usually an AngularJS directive is used to perform some UI centric operation. However, nothing prevents an AngularJS directive from invoking some server side code (say an action method) to get some job done.
Posted On : 14 Mar 2016
Use Lazy Initialization to Delay Object Instantiation
It is a common practice to declare object variables as the class members and initialize them in the constructor of the class. At times, however, you need to delay the object instantiation until its first use. One way to achieve such an deferred object instantiation is to write custom code that implements Lazy Load pattern. An easy alternative is to use .NET framework's inbuilt lazy initialization feature. To that end this article explains the later approach.
Posted On : 22 Feb 2016
Select All and Delete using ASP.NET MVC and AngularJS
In my previous article I illustrated how jQuery can be used to select and delete records in an ASP.NET MVC application. A few readers asked how the same can be accomplished using AngularJS instead of jQuery. This article shows just that. Recollect how our Index view looks like and how it allows you to select all rows through the header checkbox or individual rows through the respective checkboxes.
Posted On : 15 Feb 2016
Select All and Delete using ASP.NET MVC and jQuery Ajax
Sometimes you need to select records for certain action using checkboxes. For example, you may select records for deleting and then delete them from the database. Consider the following screen shot that shows such an example in action.
Posted On : 02 Feb 2016
ASP.NET 5 is now ASP.NET Core 1.0
If you are tracking the progress of ASP.NET 5 you are probably aware of the recent announcement regarding the naming changes to ASP.NET 5. Here my aim is to make you familiarize with these changes so that you can understand what's coming up next.
Posted On : 25 Jan 2016
Upload Files in ASP.NET MVC 6 (Form POST and jQuery Ajax)
Uploading files is a common requirement in web applications. In ASP.NET MVC 6 uploading files and saving them on the server is quite easy. To that end this article shows how to do just that. It shows how to upload files through Form POST as well as through jQuery Ajax.
Posted On : 11 Jan 2016
Use Dependency Injection in ASP.NET MVC 6
There are four lifetime options for a service being injected namely Singleton, Scoped, Transient and Instance. This article presents a quick overview of all these modes.
Posted On : 21 Dec 2015
Use Global Ajax Event Handler Methods in jQuery
Now a days many ASP.NET applications use jQuery Ajax in one or the other way. jQuery methods such as $.ajax(), $.get() and $.post() are commonly used in such applications. When you make multiple Ajax calls from a single page you may take advantage of the global Ajax event handler methods of jQuery. To that end this article provides a quick reference of various global Ajax configuration methods that can simplify your jQuery code.
Posted On : 07 Dec 2015
Your First MVC 6 and EF 7 Application (Dependency Injection) : Part 3
In Part 1 and Part 2 of this series you developed a simple database driven application that displays a list of customers and also allows you to modify the customer details. Although the application is working as expected, it relies on the local instances of the NorthwindDbContext to get its job done. In this article we will use the Dependency Injection (DI) features of MVC 6 to inject the NorthwindDbContext into the controller class. Later we will also add repository support in the application.
Posted On : 16 Nov 2015

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