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Passing complex types to service calls using jQuery & JayRock
Scenario: Consider a web form having several fields, whose values are to be submitted to the server through an AJAX call. This can be easily achieved using jQuery’s $.ajax(), passing all the form elements (like first name, last name, city etc) as parameters to the AJAX call. However, in reality, most of our web forms contain large number of input fields and hence the $.ajax() method will be overloaded with several parameters both at the client side as well as at the server side. This is cumbersome ......

Posted On Wednesday, May 27, 2009 7:04 PM

Passing complex types to service calls using jQuery & JayRock
Scenario: Consider a web form having several fields, whose values are to be submitted to the server through an AJAX call. This can be easily achieved using jQuery’s $.ajax(), passing all the form elements (like first name, last name, city etc) as parameters to the AJAX call. However, in reality, most of our web forms contain large number of input fields and hence the $.ajax() method will be overloaded with several parameters both at the client side as well as at the server side. This is cumbersome ......

Posted On Wednesday, May 27, 2009 7:04 PM

Passing complex types to service calls using jQuery & JayRock
Scenario: Consider a web form having several fields, whose values are to be submitted to the server through an AJAX call. This can be easily achieved using jQuery’s $.ajax(), passing all the form elements (like first name, last name, city etc) as parameters to the AJAX call. However, in reality, most of our web forms contain large number of input fields and hence the $.ajax() method will be overloaded with several parameters both at the client side as well as at the server side. This is cumbersome ......

Posted On Wednesday, May 27, 2009 7:04 PM

Passing complex types to service calls using jQuery & JayRock
Scenario: Consider a web form having several fields, whose values are to be submitted to the server through an AJAX call. This can be easily achieved using jQuery’s $.ajax(), passing all the form elements (like first name, last name, city etc) as parameters to the AJAX call. However, in reality, most of our web forms contain large number of input fields and hence the $.ajax() method will be overloaded with several parameters both at the client side as well as at the server side. This is cumbersome ......

Posted On Wednesday, May 27, 2009 7:04 PM

Beware – jQuery unbind() vs removeAttr()
Here is a jQuery bug which suck few hours of my time: unbind() works only on events attached using jQuery. removeAttr() does not work on events added using jQuery Confusing? Here is the scenario which explains better: I have a server side asp button(btnTest), for which an “onclick” event is attached on page load (in code behind) like this: btnTest.Attributes.Add("onc... "fnTestMethod()") Without changing server side code, I need to change the functionality of button click (reason: deployment issues). ......

Posted On Monday, May 18, 2009 3:19 PM

Beware – jQuery unbind() vs removeAttr()
Here is a jQuery bug which suck few hours of my time: unbind() works only on events attached using jQuery. removeAttr() does not work on events added using jQuery Confusing? Here is the scenario which explains better: I have a server side asp button(btnTest), for which an “onclick” event is attached on page load (in code behind) like this: btnTest.Attributes.Add("onc... "fnTestMethod()") Without changing server side code, I need to change the functionality of button click (reason: deployment issues). ......

Posted On Monday, May 18, 2009 3:19 PM

Beware – jQuery unbind() vs removeAttr()
Here is a jQuery bug which suck few hours of my time: unbind() works only on events attached using jQuery. removeAttr() does not work on events added using jQuery Confusing? Here is the scenario which explains better: I have a server side asp button(btnTest), for which an “onclick” event is attached on page load (in code behind) like this: btnTest.Attributes.Add("onc... "fnTestMethod()") Without changing server side code, I need to change the functionality of button click (reason: deployment issues). ......

Posted On Monday, May 18, 2009 3:19 PM

Beware – jQuery unbind() vs removeAttr()
Here is a jQuery bug which suck few hours of my time: unbind() works only on events attached using jQuery. removeAttr() does not work on events added using jQuery Confusing? Here is the scenario which explains better: I have a server side asp button(btnTest), for which an “onclick” event is attached on page load (in code behind) like this: btnTest.Attributes.Add("onc... "fnTestMethod()") Without changing server side code, I need to change the functionality of button click (reason: deployment issues). ......

Posted On Monday, May 18, 2009 3:19 PM

NovoGeek.com!!
Restructured my site www.novogeek.net. Moved my technical blog from kris.novogeek.net to the root. Created a new subdomain - Labs.NovoGeek.Net for my little experiments. Placed only few important demos as of now. Will slowly move all my silly/stupid code snippets there :) Update(11th May, 2009): Purchased the domain "NovoGeek.com". It was parked by someone till recently and I could get it last night :) Configured Domain Forwarding to novogeek.net. So all existing URL's to novogeek.net will work the ......

Posted On Saturday, May 9, 2009 10:32 PM

NovoGeek.com!!
Restructured my site www.novogeek.net. Moved my technical blog from kris.novogeek.net to the root. Created a new subdomain - Labs.NovoGeek.Net for my little experiments. Placed only few important demos as of now. Will slowly move all my silly/stupid code snippets there :) Update(11th May, 2009): Purchased the domain "NovoGeek.com". It was parked by someone till recently and I could get it last night :) Configured Domain Forwarding to novogeek.net. So all existing URL's to novogeek.net will work the ......

Posted On Saturday, May 9, 2009 10:32 PM

NovoGeek.com!!
Restructured my site www.novogeek.net. Moved my technical blog from kris.novogeek.net to the root. Created a new subdomain - Labs.NovoGeek.Net for my little experiments. Placed only few important demos as of now. Will slowly move all my silly/stupid code snippets there :) Update(11th May, 2009): Purchased the domain "NovoGeek.com". It was parked by someone till recently and I could get it last night :) Configured Domain Forwarding to novogeek.net. So all existing URL's to novogeek.net will work the ......

Posted On Saturday, May 9, 2009 10:32 PM

NovoGeek.com!!
Restructured my site www.novogeek.net. Moved my technical blog from kris.novogeek.net to the root. Created a new subdomain - Labs.NovoGeek.Net for my little experiments. Placed only few important demos as of now. Will slowly move all my silly/stupid code snippets there :) Update(11th May, 2009): Purchased the domain "NovoGeek.com". It was parked by someone till recently and I could get it last night :) Configured Domain Forwarding to novogeek.net. So all existing URL's to novogeek.net will work the ......

Posted On Saturday, May 9, 2009 10:32 PM

NovoGeek.com!!
Restructured my site www.novogeek.net. Moved my technical blog from kris.novogeek.net to the root. Created a new subdomain - Labs.NovoGeek.Net for my little experiments. Placed only few important demos as of now. Will slowly move all my silly/stupid code snippets there :) Update(11th May, 2009): Purchased the domain "NovoGeek.com". It was parked by someone till recently and I could get it last night :) Configured Domain Forwarding to novogeek.net. So all existing URL's to novogeek.net will work the ......

Posted On Saturday, May 9, 2009 4:32 PM

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