My New EBook – 51 Recipes with jQuery and ASP.NET Controls

Today I am glad to announce my new EBook – 51 Tips, Tricks and Recipes with jQuery and ASP.NET Controls. Being an ASP.NET Microsoft MVP, I have always had the opportunity to have early access to products and explore new web technologies, first hand. Last year, during the same time, it got me all excited when Microsoft officially announced that jQuery will be part of their official development platform. I have been extensively using jQuery with ASP.NET ever since then. This EBook is the result of my practical experience of using jQuery with ASP.NET controls, all in the pursuit of demonstrating techniques to resolve Client-Side programming challenges, quickly.

In this no-nonsense, to-the-point EBook, I show you 51 useful recipes of using jQuery with various ASP.NET controls, each recipe dedicated towards solving a particular problem. These recipes have been written for real-world developers who need instant solutions to common and not-so-common problems.

So be it tackling ClientID’s in MasterPages or be it creating Cool UI Effects or avoiding enormous amount of code to solve common client-side programming tasks, this book shows you all. Each recipe in this EBook is designed to help you to understand, learn and solve challenges associated with ASP.NET Client-Side Development and to provide you with strategies and anecdotes using jQuery that will make you resolve these issues quickly.

You can download the Table of Contents and 5 Sample Chapters of this EBook

You can check some User Reviews and Comments of people who have already purchased this eBook.

To purchase this eBook, please click here.

About The Author

Suprotim Agarwal
Suprotim Agarwal, Developer Technologies MVP (Microsoft Most Valuable Professional) is the founder and contributor for DevCurry, DotNetCurry and SQLServerCurry. He is the Chief Editor of a Developer Magazine called DNC Magazine. He has also authored two Books - 51 Recipes using jQuery with ASP.NET Controls. and The Absolutely Awesome jQuery CookBook.

Follow him on twitter @suprotimagarwal.


Anonymous said...

Nice. Looking forward to it. Wondering if you will add a recipe on using a JQuery based calendar with ASP.NET application. The built in one in ASP.NET requires unncessary postbacks.

Suprotim Agarwal said...

That's a nice suggestion. I may not be able to add it to the book since the TOC is almost finalised, but what's stopping me from trying it out and posting it here..Right! ;-)

Stay tuned!

Mehul said...

Got it! I am an avid reader of your blog and I look forward to this book.

Richard K. said...

Pre-ordered! Should be of great use in my next project

Jerome said...

Excellent job!

J Williamson said...

This will be useful for my next project. thanks.

Curdlow said...

I received the book and it looks great! thanks.