Most Popular Posts for Developers in 2010 -

I had made a commitment at the beginning of this year to write one post (for developers like me) every day which would make 365 posts by the end of this year. Thanks to Malcolm Sheridan, Mahesh Sabnis and other Guest Bloggers who also contributed posts to and helped me achieve this goal. Yay!!

This year, had around 2 million visitors and I would like to thank each one of you who has visited my blog or contributed to it by submitting a Guest post, Subscribing to RSS Feed, by joining me on Twitter or the Facebook page or promoting the articles and giving regular feedbacks via rating, comments or Emails. Many thanks to those too who purchased my jQuery ASP.NET eBook.

Without further ado, let’s check out some of the popular .NET, jQuery and JavaScript posts that you may have missed in 2010. If you are a regular visitor, you can enjoy checking out your favorite posts once again.

ASP.NET and Other .NET Articles

ASP.NET GridView Tips and Tricks Collection

Collection of .NET Framework and Visual Studio Posters

Popular .NET Web Content Management Systems (CMS) - Open Source

.NET 4.0 has 2 Global Assembly Cache (GAC)

Different Ways of using the C# Null Coalescing Operator

Attributes Every .NET Developer Should Know About

Free C# and VB.NET Training Videos

30 Favorite Visual Studio Keyboard Shortcuts

Learn ADO.NET Entity Framework 4 – Free Tutorials

Var vs Dynamic keyword in C# 4.0

Visual Studio jQuery Intellisense over CDN

My Favorite Programming Fonts for Visual Studio Development

HTML 5 Intellisense In Visual Studio 2010 and 2008

Detect an Empty String in .NET 4.0

jQuery events stop working in ASP.NET AJAX UpdatePanel

Create a 3D chart in ASP.NET 4.0

Deserialize JSON string and bind to ASP.NET DropDownList

jQuery and JavaScript Articles

5 jQuery Calendar Plugins that can be used on Websites

5 Online Rich Text Editors built using jQuery

Latest jQuery and jQuery UI Theme links on Google CDN

Test your jQuery code Online using jsFiddle

Learn JavaScript, straight from the Gurus - Free JavaScript Video Lectures

Style an HTML Table using jQuery UI and Theme Switcher Widget

Is my JSON Valid?

jQuery Virtual keyboard with Qwerty layout

Use jQuery to Detect if User has Scrolled to the Bottom or Top of a Page

Search an Array using JavaScript or jQuery - Cross browser implementation

Adding all TextBox values to a Hidden field using jQuery

Rounded Corners with the Cornerz jQuery plugin

jQuery 1.4.4 fadeToggle() function

Remove All Stylesheets from a Page using jQuery

Using jQuery to find out Elements on the Page that do not have an ID attribute

Load a Page Dynamically inside the jQuery UI Dialog

Simultaneously add Multiple Event Handlers to a Selector using jQuery 1.4

Find an Element based on its Style using jQuery

Customize the Display of Error Messages while using the jQuery Validation Plugin

Prevent Duplicate Entries in a HTML DropDown

SlideUp and SlideDown using delay() in jQuery 1.4

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About The Author

Suprotim Agarwal
Suprotim Agarwal, ASP.NET Architecture MVP (Microsoft Most Valuable Professional) works as an Architect Consultant and provides consultancy on how to design and develop Web applications.

Suprotim is also the founder and primary contributor to DevCurry, DotNetCurry and SQLServerCurry. He is the Editor of a Developer Magazine called DNC Magazine. He has also written two EBooks 51 Recipes using jQuery with ASP.NET Controls. and The Absolutely Awesome jQuery CookBook

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Schwalbe said...

You rock Suprotim

Great Post!ptu

samit said...

Congratulations on your success this year, Suprotim. 365 posts is a lot of work and thanks for all the great dev tips!

Anonymous said...

My browser tabs are currently full of your posts and each one is AWESOME. Just joined your facebook and RSS feed.
Great round up and thank you for sharing!