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How to load data from database to Asp.Net Gridview using WebAPI

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In this article we are discussing how to load data from database to Asp.Net Gridview using WebAPI.

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We use WebAPI to get the data from database and then use the… 754 more words

Asp.Net

Archives.gov Announces a Read/Write API

Archives.gov has a new read/write API. “The dataset for our catalog API contains all archival descriptions, authority records, digitized records (the images, videos, and so on) and their file metadata, all NARA web pages, and public contributions (tags, transcriptions, and comments). 36 more words

New Resources

Nintex DocSign Enable Multiple Recipients

Doc Sign is a useful secure way of signing documents which is legally binding. Nintex provides the DocuSign send document action that integrates DocuSign service. A trial account for PROD can be created but the trial limit is 3 documents. 495 more words

Reporting in Rails : Report generation : Downloadable in any Format | PDF | CSV | XLS

Working on report generation is a time consuming task yet very necessary for any software projects. End of the day every business owner needs to see where their business stands or see ongoing activity in the system. 423 more words

Ruby On Rails

SQL for JSON Rationalization Part 4: Projection - General Functionality

After the demo in the last blog (Part 3) it is time to discuss some of the assumptions and the projection functionality in more detail – here and in the next blog. 1,025 more words

Databases

Using Gulp in an ASP.NET 4.5 application

The use of a task runner in an ASP.NET application provide a series of advantages about concatenating and minifying CSS and Javascript application files and offers a real and valid alternative to the ASP.NET optimization framework. 1,510 more words

Visual Studio

Reading json data in streaming way

This post explains how to read json data as a stream. The previous post explains the same using JsonReader. The difference is that to use JsonReader we need to build the entire object (which represents json data) in memory. 390 more words

Java