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AngularJS – turning over a new leaf in web development

Jun 19, 2016 by AdrianC

AngularJS is a JavaScript framework for Web applications, or simply said, a Web framework, which is sustained by Google and other corporations, and it's considered the best framework for developing single-page web applications.

Originally developed in 2009 (by Miško Hevery and Adam Abrons), Angular has quickly climbed the ladder in popularity, thanks to features such as: dependency injection, directive writing, two way data-binding and testability. ... read more

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How to add snow (&joy) to your website

Dec 21, 2015 by CatalinI

With the Christmas season fast approaching, I bet that you're over your head with shopping, cooking and maybe planning a great celebration, with your family and friends... and while you gather all your decorations, in order to bring festive cheer into your home, what about your own website / blog? It's not too late to consider a "cool" decoration for it, right? ... read more

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ASP.NET – AJAX client side network calls

Jun 17, 2009 by Constantin

ASP.NET AJAX is a Microsoft solution that provides support for implementing XMLHttp requests. This type of request is different from the normal web requests by the format and amount of data it sends to and receives from the server – it is a minimal (partial) postback, sending and receiving only the important data, instead of transferring the entire page, as a normal postback would do.

Normally we would take advantage of this feature by using an UpdatePanel, but we can also do it by using network calls – as we’ll be able to see in the following example ... read more

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Making a Response.Redirect from plain HTML or JavaScript

Jan 27, 2009 by Constantin

The standard approach for making a URL redirection in ASP.NET is to use a Redirect call:


What happens behind the scenes: the server (IIS) sends to the browser a simple HTTP Response, containing a message code ("302"), which essentially tells the browser to issue a new HTTP Request, for obtaining the new destination URL. Next, the browser issues that new request, and in the end it receives another page, served from that new URL.

This redirection behavior can be also obtained by plain HTML (no ASP.NET needed), if including in the HTML page a "meta tag": ... read more

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