On: 16/07/2016

AngularJS is a powerful Javascript framework for dynamic web applications. We often use AngularJS to develop single page application. Here we will explore how to create CRUD (Create Read Update Delete) operation in ASP.NET MVC using Web API and AngularJS.
On: 06/07/2016

AngularJS is a powerful javascript framework for dynamic web applications. It is fully extensible for works well with other libraries. The resulting environment is expressive, readable and easy to develop.
On: 05/12/2014

Navigation menu is most important in any web applications. While developing web applications, I used to create stuff more interactive by using jQuery and CSS. It’s quite different to create dynamic navigation menu in ASP.NET MVC. Whether it’s a horizontal or vertical menu, the idea remains same. This article will show you how to create jQuery Accordion menu dynamically in ASP.NET MVC web application.
On: 24/11/2014

This article will show you how to create a Controller in ASP.NET MVC 4 application. This Controller Layer is the responsible for controlling the application flow and interaction between the Model and the View. Controllers are the brains of an ASP.NET MVC application, requesting data from the Model layer and choosing the correct method of getting that data to the user.
On: 22/11/2014

This article will show you how to start building ASP.NET MVC 4 web application with Empty project template. Empty project template is basic ASP.NET MVC website generating no code and providing you with nothing to start with. Adding a Model, View & Controller with Empty project template helps you to understand quite clearly than starts with Internet Application template.
On: 20/11/2014

I hope you are getting excited to start building ASP.NET MVC 4 application. Visual Studio 2012 IDE is used to build MVC 4 application, also you can install MVC 4 components for Visual Studio 2010. This article will show you that how to start building your first ASP.NET MVC 4 application with internet application template.
On: 16/11/2014

ASP.NET MVC provides an alternative approach to traditional ASP.NET web development often referred to as web forms by applying an architectural approach. The MVC or Model-View-Controller pattern splits an application into three separate and distinct layers, the Model layer, the View layer and the Controller layer, each with a very specific set of responsibilities
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