Using jQuery to Consume ASP.NET JSON Web Services. Note: This post is part of a long-running series of posts covering the union of jQuery and ASP.NET: jQuery for the ASP.NET Developer.
The notable difference between (prev + next) and (prev ~ siblings) is their respective reach. While the former reaches only to the immediately following sibling element, the latter extends that reach to all following sibling elements. Finds all divs that are siblings after the element with #prev as its id. Notice the span isn't selected since it is not a div and the "niece" isn't selected since it is a child of a sibling, not an actual sibling. Demo: Tutorial AJAX interface menu using jQuery/PHP. Tutorials. W3Schools Online Web Tutorials.
Sliding door effect - TutsValley.com - DEMO. This effect is made by changing the inside of the animate function in JQuery.
This post looks at how to get and set the values of HTML form elements with jQuery. Getting a form value with jQuery To get a form value with jQuery use the val() function. Let's say we have a form like this, using an id for each form element: We can display an alert for the values of "foo" and "bar" as easily this: Using complex types to make calling services less… complex. Note: This post is part of a long-running series of posts covering the union of jQuery and ASP.NET: jQuery for the ASP.NET Developer.
Some believe that it lacks the property of information hiding because objects cannot have private instance variables and methods. Many ways to communicate with your database using jQuery AJAX an. I've recently done a series of articles that feature calling databases via AJAX using jQuery.
In pretty much all of the articles, I have used Web Services as my data access mechanism. Judging from the comments that some of the articles have attracted, this has caused a little confusion. But Web Services is just one mechanism. Flot - Project Hosting on Google Code. Charts with Rotated Axis Text. Embedded Reporting with Chart Controls. Thoughts On Embedded Reporting & Few Tips. Some people would argue that preparing business reports is not an innovative area to be in.
But in my experience reporting is the area where an individual developer can make a big difference, with relatively small effort. At best, report development is extremely productive, due to two reasons. First, reports are a low hanging fruit. Existing reports are in bad shape in virtually every organization that has no access to a professional database/DW/BI team. Second, it is surprisingly fast to develop for a good reporting system like the SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS). But if you are an application developer, SSRS report server is not your choice for operative reporting. I have played around with Telerik Reporting in two projects, both times creating a handful of embedded reports for particular customer needs.