Paging, sorting and filtering are common features in websites. Microsoft has written a tutorial how to implement these features in ASP.NET Core MVC with Entity Framework Core. The described solution works but I found it a bit too primitive. It triggered me to create a more powerful solution. Before you can start using my solution you should first read this tutorial, it explains how you can add Entity Framework Core to an ASP.NET Core MVC application.
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If you’ve got a page that doesn’t render correctly in IE8’s new standards mode, you can add a meta tag to the page which requests that IE8 render it in IE7 mode. IE8 only recognizes the X-UA-Compatible header if it’s the first META tag, appearing immediately after thetag.
I like the ASP.NET 2.0 DataSource controls. They are very flexible and easy to use. It has some great parameters like SessionParameter and ControlParameter. It doesn't have a ViewStateParameter. I have written it myself to fill this gap.
I have used GoogleMaps.Subgurim.NET to simplify things. This is an ASP.NET control which encapsulates the Google Maps API. Their site is in Spanish but with Babel Fish you can translate it to English.here
I have finally found some time to play with Ajax. I have built some simple Grid/Detail pages which are place inside an UpdatePanel. This server centric model is really easy and powerful. I have never really liked the user experience of web applications. Atlas will changes this and will make the WEB even more popular.
I have finally rewritten this website to ASP.NET 2.0. It was really a good learning experience. You only learn it by doing it. I have tried to use the new features like:
- Themes & Skins
- Menu Controls
- SiteMap with roles and the SiteMapPath control
- GridView Control
- MultiView Control
- Login Control
- DataBinding AccessDataSource and XmlDataSource
- Sample Access Providers Starter Kit
- Role base authorization
- Web Deployment Projects
- MS Build with a AfterMerge target to deploy the website to web host
- Google Sitemaps
- CSS Friendly ASP.NET 2.0 Control Adapters (Menu)
It wasn't really difficult to do. Microsoft really kept their promise that 70% of the code could disappear. ASP.NET 2.0 rocks. I'm planning to add some extra features soon, like: WebParts, Health Monitoring, other new controls, comments on blog posts, a new stylesheet and a new logo.
Update 2006-sept-25: Added Google Sitemaps, Control Adapters and UrlRewritingNet.
I have written a small content management system using ASP.NET. Sjef de Corte has implemented 3 websites with it. Well done Sjef!
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The standard ASP.NET DataGrid control is a great control. You can use it for many things, it even supports Paging and Column Sorting. Those last two option although work using postbacks to the server.
Internet Explorer 5.0 (and higher) support XML Client-side Data-Binding. This is a powerful DHTML feature which is not used in the .NET Framework. It allows.
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