Posts Tagged ‘JQuery’
Asp.Net MVC is a great framework. But, developers coming from Webforms background will find it little bit difficult not having a set of Validation controls which automatically validates form input by user. JQuery is a part of Asp.Net MVC application and I just found a nice JQuery plugin which fills the gap of Validator Controls of Webforms. It can be downloaded from here.
There are enough examples which coveres most of the routine validation needs and using it is as easy as Webforms validator controls.
In last week JQuery team has released their latest version.
I found it very useful, first because it will save lot of time writing JS code and second, it will allow developers to add some user friendly features in their web apps in web 2.0 style.
- DOM element selections
- DOM traversal and modification, (including support for CSS 1-3 and basic XPath)
- CSS manipulation
- Effects and animations
- Utilities – such as browser version and the each function.
Visual Studio 2008 users cheers because you will find JQuery functions as part of Intellisense.
For more info and tutorials visit JQuery website.