One of the most powerful features of AngularJS application is directive. A directive allows developers to extend the HTML and introduce new elements and attributes in the DOM. Directives allow developers to attach special behavior to the HTML elements. Developers can also use directives to transform the DOM. AngularJS provides many powerful directives out of the box such as ng-repeat, ng-show etc. but we often need to create custom directives specific to the application requirements. These custom directives can also be used across multiple applications if they are created as reusable components. This tutorial is a step by step guide of creating custom directives. I will implement multiple directives and demonstrate you the real world usage of these directives in AngularJS application.
One of the important aspects of AngularJS single page apps is the ability to send event notifications to different areas of the app. You may have two different areas of the page which needs to communicate with each other based on some user action or some data change. Some of the controllers might be waiting for some event to occur such as waiting for particular data to be loaded from the server using AJAX request. In scenarios like these you can use AngularJS event dispatching and handling methods to notify all the interested listeners of your application so that they can respond to those events accordingly.
JQuery is one of the most common libraries used in web development today and it has been used very frequently by ASP.NET MVC developers for not only enhance the user experience but also to provide dynamic contents to their web application users using different type of AJAX calls supported by JQuery. JQuery provides several methods such as get, getJSON, load, post, ajax which can be used to call different types of ASP.NET MVC controller’s actions. In this tutorial, I will show you how you can use JQuery get method to call ASP.NET MVC actions.
Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) is Microsoft’s unified programming model for building service-oriented applications. In one of my other tutorial Introducing Windows Communication Foundation (WCF), I have presented detailed overview of WCF key features, important concepts and architecture. In this tutorial, I will give you exposure to the WCF programming experience by giving you basic understanding of the steps required to create WCF service and client application.
Quill was built to address the problem that existing WYSIWYG editors are themselves WYSIWYG. If the editor was not exactly the way you want it, it was difficult or impossible to customize it to fit your needs.
Quill aims to solve this by organizing itself into modules and offering a powerful API to build additional modules. It also imposes no styles to allow you to skin the editor however you wish. Quill also provides all of what you’ve come to expect from a rich text editor, including a lightweight package, numerous formatting options, and wide cross platform support.
ASP.NET websites do not allow you to use multiple programming languages such as C# and Visual Basic in the App_Code folder of the website project. If you are creating a C# web site and you have copied a Visual Basic source file in App_Code folder, you won’t be able to compile your ASP.NET website. Off course, if it is a small source file, then you can convert it into C# source code either yourself or by using any code converter but it is time wasting practice if you have a large file or you want to use multiple source files. In this tutorial, I will show you how you can use multiple programming languages source files in a single website project by just doing some simple modifications in the configuration settings of the website.
For real-world commercial mobile applications, the default look and feel of the Android ListView is not very attractive. It only renders a simple String in every ListView row using the internal TextView control. For most applications, you want to create an interface that is more graphically rich and visually pleasing to the user. Luckily, ListView is very powerful control and with the help of custom item layouts, it can be customized to suit your needs easily. In this tutorial, I will show you how you can create custom ListView items with icons, custom header layout and how you can use custom ArrayAdapter to glue everything together. I will also show you some performance improvement tips you can use to optimize the memory usage of your ListView control.
Payment webfont icons set is handy for designing eCommerce websites. It’s an SVG webfont full of icons of main payment systems. It includes Mastercard, Maestro, Visa, Visa Electron, American Express, Postepay, Cartasì, Diners Club, Discover, Union Pay, Electronic Cash, TrustE, Amazon, JCB Google Wallet, Stripe, Square, Ogone, VeriSign, Bitcoin (2 glyphs), Ripple, Sofortüberweisung, Gittip, Flattr, Skrill Moneybookers, Cartes Bancaires CB.
Many websites require functionality for letting their site visitors to select and deselect all the rows in GridView using a single checkbox normally available in the header row. You may have seen the examples of such functionality in Yahoo Mail or Hotmail inbox where you can select all the emails by clicking the single Checkbox on top of the email's grid. In this tutorial, I will show you how you can provide this functionality in ASP.NET GridView control using few lines of JQuery code.