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client side validations in .NET Web Applications with JavaScript/jQuery

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Description—

You can refer:

http://www.c-sharpcorner.com/blogs/client-side-validations-in-net-web-applications-with-javascript-jquery

Now we will learn how to perform validations at client side with the help of JavaScript/jQuery. 186 more words

JQUERY

Creating a Chrome Plugin to Scrape A Page (using jQuery)

If you’ve played w/ Chrome extensions at all, you know they are super powerful. I recently wanted to visit a bunch of pages, and extract some info from each page. 225 more words

Misc

jQuery - Modify Primefaces Radiobutton

Updating Primefaces radiobutton using javascript is tricky.

Below code can be used to enable or clear a particular radio button.

enableRadioButton($(“”));
clearRadioButton($(“”));

function enableRadioButton(obj)
{ 47 more words

WebSphere Portal

Find Number of Element inside a DIV using Jquery

</div>

var c = jQuery(‘.content-inner’).children().length;

alert(c);

Result:

This will return 2 as result as it has 2 elements inside the outer div.

Jquery

Access Values from All asp.net TextBoxes using jQuery

Let suppose we want to access values from all ASP.NET Textboxes on a Button click. Empty Textboxes should be ignored.

JQuery Section:

$(function () {
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Asp.net

Difference between javascript call(), apply() and bind()?

A different this object can be assigned when calling an existing function. this refers to the current object, the calling object. With call, you can write a method once and then inherit it in another object, without having to rewrite the method for the new object. 222 more words

Jquery

The Front-End, The Back-End and Everything In-between

This blog was brought to you in part by: the front-end. This blog is also brought to you in part by: the back-end. But what exactly do these terms mean and what makes them important? 567 more words