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ASP.NET: Creating Rich Content
ASP.NET: Creating Rich Content
With Microsoft's contribution of Templates, DataLink, and Globalization plugins to the jQuery library and the distribution of jQuery with Visual Studio 2010 onwards, the library has gained popularity with ASP.NET developers. jQuery can be very easily interfaced with ASP.NET controls as well as custom user controls. It can be used to validate controls using client side scripts, thus giving us an alternative for server side Validation Controls. It can be used to incorporate cool animation effects as well as to create graphic-rich pages. In this article by Sonal Aneel Allana, author of ASP.NET jQuery Cookbook, we will cover: * Creating an accordion control * Creating a tab control * Creating draggable controls * Creating dialog boxes
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Regular Expressions IP Address Validation with .net
Regular Expressions IP Address Validation with .net
This regular expression will check for valid Internet Protocol (IP) address. Here we are going to search four decimal numbers groups, each separated by a dot. each set contains zero to three digits. Here regular expression check for two group which on concatenation generate a valid IP address. First group select from 3 alternatives which will find decimal number range from 0 to 255 ending with .(dot or period), exactly 3 repetitions and Second group select from 3 alternatives which will find decimal number range from 0 to 255.
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Regular Expressions with .net - U.S. Social Security Numbers
Regular Expressions with .net - U.S. Social Security Numbers
This regular expression will check for valid U.S. Social Security Numbers. Here we are going to search three sets of digits separated by hyphens; the first set contains three digits, the second set contains two digits, and the third set contains four digits. First first group will check wheather all digit are not zero. Then we are performing search between two alternatives, eighter in-between 001 to 699 or in-between 001 to 772. Second group will check wheather two digit are not zero and any range in-between 01 to 99 Second group will check wheather four digit are not zero and any range in-between 0001 to 9999
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How To Use Refactoring To Handle Multiple Versions of Classes
How To Use Refactoring To Handle Multiple Versions of Classes
Recently, I had a requirement to put together a website that deals with taking somewhat elaborate financial surveys. While the questions and answers themselves are good candidates for being database driven, there were a large number of nuiances ranging from UI items, business rules, and calculations that just didn't fit into a database driven strategy. With this in mind, my initial strategy was to create version specific classes and reference them in version specific ASP.NET pages. Of course, this accomplished the initial requirement. However, whenever a new version needs to be implemented, I had to copy all of the ASP.NET pages and modify the references to the appropriate version specific class name. Refactoring provides a better alternative and here's how:
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