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How to use ASP .NET without Javascript?
In ASP.NET, we are used to drag/drop server controls and quickly finish the task, though we do not concentrate much on how they work. The problem arises when JavaScript is disabled in the user's browser, as some of these controls do not work. Also, if you have rich AJAX features in your site, they will fail miserably if JavaScript is disabled in the browser. Ideally, your client expects the site to work even when JS is disabled in the browser. Here are some of the ASP.NET server controls which which ......

Posted On Wednesday, March 25, 2009 9:05 AM

How to use ASP .NET without Javascript?
In ASP.NET, we are used to drag/drop server controls and quickly finish the task, though we do not concentrate much on how they work. The problem arises when JavaScript is disabled in the user's browser, as some of these controls do not work. Also, if you have rich AJAX features in your site, they will fail miserably if JavaScript is disabled in the browser. Ideally, your client expects the site to work even when JS is disabled in the browser. Here are some of the ASP.NET server controls which which ......

Posted On Wednesday, March 25, 2009 9:05 AM

How to use ASP .NET without Javascript?
In ASP.NET, we are used to drag/drop server controls and quickly finish the task, though we do not concentrate much on how they work. The problem arises when JavaScript is disabled in the user's browser, as some of these controls do not work. Also, if you have rich AJAX features in your site, they will fail miserably if JavaScript is disabled in the browser. Ideally, your client expects the site to work even when JS is disabled in the browser. Here are some of the ASP.NET server controls which which ......

Posted On Wednesday, March 25, 2009 9:05 AM

How to use ASP .NET without Javascript?
In ASP.NET, we are used to drag/drop server controls and quickly finish the task, though we do not concentrate much on how they work. The problem arises when JavaScript is disabled in the user's browser, as some of these controls do not work. Also, if you have rich AJAX features in your site, they will fail miserably if JavaScript is disabled in the browser. Ideally, your client expects the site to work even when JS is disabled in the browser. Here are some of the ASP.NET server controls which which ......

Posted On Wednesday, March 25, 2009 3:05 AM

How to use ASP .NET without Javascript?
In ASP.NET, we are used to drag/drop server controls and quickly finish the task, though we do not concentrate much on how they work. The problem arises when JavaScript is disabled in the user's browser, as some of these controls do not work. Also, if you have rich AJAX features in your site, they will fail miserably if JavaScript is disabled in the browser. Ideally, your client expects the site to work even when JS is disabled in the browser. Here are some of the ASP.NET server controls which which ......

Posted On Wednesday, March 25, 2009 3:05 AM

jQuery for absolute beginners.

I have given a KT (Knowledge Transfer) session on jQuery for my colleagues today. Instead of routine power point stuff, I made a jQuery based web page for presenting the content.

My friend and guru @ office, Mr.Praveen Reddy, guided me and shared really good demos, which are apt for beginners.

Here is the presentation.

Posted On Friday, March 13, 2009 5:56 PM

jQuery for absolute beginners.

I have given a KT (Knowledge Transfer) session on jQuery for my colleagues today. Instead of routine power point stuff, I made a jQuery based web page for presenting the content.

My friend and guru @ office, Mr.Praveen Reddy, guided me and shared really good demos, which are apt for beginners.

Here is the presentation.

Posted On Friday, March 13, 2009 5:56 PM

jQuery for absolute beginners.

I have given a KT (Knowledge Transfer) session on jQuery for my colleagues today. Instead of routine power point stuff, I made a jQuery based web page for presenting the content.

My friend and guru @ office, Mr.Praveen Reddy, guided me and shared really good demos, which are apt for beginners.

Here is the presentation.

Posted On Friday, March 13, 2009 5:56 PM

jQuery for absolute beginners.

I have given a KT (Knowledge Transfer) session on jQuery for my colleagues today. Instead of routine power point stuff, I made a jQuery based web page for presenting the content.

My friend and guru @ office, Mr.Praveen Reddy, guided me and shared really good demos, which are apt for beginners.

Here is the presentation.

Posted On Friday, March 13, 2009 11:56 AM

jQuery for absolute beginners.

I have given a KT (Knowledge Transfer) session on jQuery for my colleagues today. Instead of routine power point stuff, I made a jQuery based web page for presenting the content.

My friend and guru @ office, Mr.Praveen Reddy, guided me and shared really good demos, which are apt for beginners.

Here is the presentation.

Posted On Friday, March 13, 2009 11:56 AM

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