jQuery, ASP.NET, Silverlight, LINQ and .NET articles Link List – January 2011

Here’s a quick wrap up of the jQuery, ASP.NET, Silverlight, LINQ, Visual Studio and other .NET articles published on www.DevCurry.com in the month of January 2011.

ASP.NET and Silverlight Articles

Compress Session State in ASP.NET 4 - ASP.NET 4 introduces a new option called ‘compressionEnabled’ to compress session state and improve application performance.

Bind CheckBox in ASP.NET GridView – Multiple ways - Continuing my ASP.NET GridView Tips and Tricks series, this post shows how to bind the Checkbox in an ASP.NET GridView.

Remove X-AspNet-Version and X-Powered-By HTTP Header using IIS - When an HTTP request is made to a web server (like IIS), HTTP headers are transferred from the Browser to the webserver and vice-versa. This post shows how to remove the X-Powered-By and X-AspNet-Version

Selected Value of ASP.NET RadioButtonList using jQuery - In this post, we will see how to display the text and value of the selected ASP.NET Radio Button.

ASP.NET GridView Row Count with ObjectDataSource - Continuing my ASP.NET GridView Tips and Tricks series, this post shows how to get the total row count when the ASP.NET GridView is bound with an ObjectDataSource.

Using jQuery Ajax to call ASP.NET JSON web service - The jQuery Ajax infrastructure allows you to perform asynchronous HTTP requests which makes it easy to call an ASP.NET JSON web service, using this api. Let us see how.

Highlight Current Page in ASP.NET GridView Pager - Continuing my ASP.NET GridView Tips and Tricks series, this post shows how to highlight the current page in an ASP.NET GridView Pager.

Align ASP.NET GridView Column Text - Continuing my ASP.NET GridView Tips and Tricks series, this post shows how to align the text of a column to the right.

Display Page count in ASP.NET GridView - Continuing my ASP.NET GridView Tips and Tricks series, this post shows how to display the page count in an ASP.NET GridView control

Populate ASP.NET ListBox with Sequential Numbers using LINQ - Usually when one thinks of populating a control like a ListBox with sequential numbers, the first thing that comes to a developers mind is to use a for loop. However with the LINQ Range Operator, generating a sequence of number is quite simple.

Silverlight Articles

Silverlight 4 Chart Example - The Silverlight Toolkit contains controls like the Chart control to make data visualization easy. Let us see an example of using Silverlight 4 Charts in your applications.

Display HTML in Silverlight using WebBrowser - Silverlight 4 introduces the WebBrowser control using which you can now display HTML based content in Silverlight.

Increase Isolated Storage Quota in Silverlight - The default quota for isolated storage is 1MB. The good part is that you can increase these limits if the user approves it. This is done by calling the IncreaseQuotaTo method of the IsolatedStorageFile class. Let us see how

jQuery and JavaScript Articles

JavaScript Array Push and Pop - JavaScript Arrays can be manipulated through various methods like Push and Pop provided by the Array class. In this post, let us see an example of how to use the Push and Pop methods to manipulate arrays

Get and Set Form Element Values using jQuery - One of the most frequently asked questions about jQuery is to Get or Set values of HTML Form elements. The jQuery val() method lets you get and set values of form elements.

jQuery UI 1.8.9 Released - If you are using the jQuery UI library in your applications, then an important update is that the jQuery UI team has shipped a maintenance release - jQuery UI 1.8.9

Add Days to Date in JavaScript - A common requirement while working with dates in JavaScript is to add days to a date. Let us see how to do this in JavaScript

LINQ and other .NET Articles

Random Hexadecimal Numbers using .NET - In this example, we will see how to generate random hexadecimal numbers using .NET. We will be using the Random class to do so.

LINQ to XML Sorting - In this post, we will read data from the XML file using LINQ to XML, sort it by an element and then load it into a Dictionary.

Using from-let-where Clause in LINQ - In this example, we will see how to use the from-let-where clause in LINQ. For this purpose, let us take a sample array and then print only those numbers in this array, whose square is greater than 10.

Inner Join Example in LINQ and C# - Let see an example of using the Join method in LINQ and C#. The Join method performs an inner equijoin on two sequences, correlating the elements of these sequences based on matching keys.

LINQ – Left Join Example in C# - In this post, we will see an example of how to do a Left Outer Join in LINQ and C#.

Visual Studio Articles

Refactoring code using Extract Method in Visual Studio 2010 - Extract Method is a refactoring operation in Visual Studio 2010 that provides an easy way to create a new method from a code fragment, in an existing member.

Disable Squiggly or Wavy lines in Visual Studio – With the ‘Live Semantic Error feature’ in Visual Studio 2008 SP1 and onwards, red squiggly or wavy lines appear beneath your code that is incorrect or could cause a problem. If you want to temporarily turn it off, here’s how to do so.

Compact CSS formatting in Visual Studio - Visual Studio provides default formatting settings for the CSS Editor. You can provide style as well as capitalization formatting to your CSS code. Here’s how to do it

Other Articles

Getting Started with Sharepoint 2010 – Free Book - Microsoft has released a free eBook for those who are just getting started with SharePoint Foundation 2010 and want a quick introduction plus installation steps.

ASP.NET MVC 3 Released - Microsoft announced the release of ASP.NET MVC 3. You can either download ASP.NET MVC 3 OR Install it directly using Web Platform Installer

Upgrade Sharepoint 2007 to Sharepoint 2010 - If you are planning to upgrade from Sharepoint 2007 to Sharepoint 2010, Microsoft has released a free guide that could prove very useful.

.NET Web Camps Training Kit - The .NET Web Camps Training Kit is out for you to download. This free training kit covers the latest .NET technologies

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.

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