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Using jqGrid with ASP.NET MVC: Finally, A Solution

Author: Craig Stuntz Having introduced jqGrid and written LINQ extension methods to make supplying data to the grid easy, we’re now ready to put together a demo application. The solution I’m going to build demonstrates sorting and paging. In a future post, I will enhance it to demonstrate search, formatting, and editing data. I’ve made the demo application available for download…
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Using jqGrid with ASP.NET MVC: LINQ Extensions

Author: Craig Stuntz Mere hours after I posted the first in a planned series of posts on using jqGrid in ASP.NET MVC applications, Phil Haack, a rather-more-widely-read-ASP.NET-MVC-blogger, wrote a long post on, er, exactly the same thing. Who, me, bitter? Naahhh… 🙂 But…
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Using jqGrid with ASP.NET MVC: Introduction

Author: Herwig H10162 This is the first post in a short series on using the jqGrid jQuery plug-in with ASP.NET MVC. In this short introduction I will describe the plug-in, list some of its strengths and weaknesses, and explain why we selected it for our MVC applications. In…
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ASP.NET MVC TempData Is Really RedirectData

Author: Craig Stuntz Update: This post was written for MVC 1. TempData behaves completely differently in MVC 2 Beta and higher. In these versions, TempData is cleared only when it is read (or when the session expires). Many people seem to be confused about the TempData feature in ASP.NET MVC. TempData behaves like the ViewData dictionary, except that it persists until the next request from the…
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Customizing jQuery Validation

Author: Andrew Bond While doing some bug fixing and cleanup in a web application, I had the chance to go a little deeper into the jQuery user input validation framework. There are many tutorials available about implementing custom validations. But what I wanted to do was to…
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Multicast events using generics

Author: Allen Ever since before Delphi 1, the (then Delphi only) RAD Studio IDE has been full of home-grown multicast event class types. I usually refer to these as an “event bus.” This is from my hardware days when I designed microcontroller based…
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Modeling databases with Embarcadero ER/Studio: an InterBase example

Author: Andreano Lanusse T1394 As you know Embarcadero is a database company, now a database and developer company. A number of great database tools are coming, one of these tools is ER/Studio, which is a tool specialized in database modeling. ER/Studio is independent of the database, offering native integration with MySQL, Oracle, Sysbase, and DB2. To connect to other databases, you can use…
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My quotes.txt file

Author: Rudy Velthuis I have often been asked about the quotes I use when writing to the newsgroups. These come from a file called quotes.txt, and are placed under my messages by my news client, XanaNews, by some kind of random process. Although, sometimes the quotes are so…
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Showing Download Progress in Delphi SOAP

Author: deepak S1409 Download the code for this white paper (dlprogress.zip, 12 KB) Abstract This paper talks about how you can show a download “progress” bar (like many download utilities do) when using SOAP to transfer data. I’ve used Delphi 7 in this article, and made some code changes to the source code, so this might not work with any other version of Delphi.
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