1. AJAX – Spring MVC 3 and jQuery Integration
In this tutorial we will build a simple Spring MVC 3 application with AJAX capabilities using jQuery. We will explore how to post data using jQuery.post() and process the result.
2. Progressive Enhancement Techniques
jQuery with ASP.NET MVC
3. Building Contact Us Form
4. Introduction and basic controller
The goal here is not to teach how to use jQuery, but rather how jQuery might be used against the new ASP.NET 3.5 MVC Extensions.
5. Drop Downs Video Tutorials
In this video we will build an application using ASP.NET and jQuery while learning about CSS selectors, DOM manipulation, and asynchronous communications using the jQuery library. (See source link for the video tutorial download link)
6. MvcContrib Grid with jQuery DataTable
Learn some important companion pieces in MvcContrib and jQuery, including the validation plugin and the datatable plugin.
7. jQuery Grid with ASP.NET MVC
A common scenario when building web user interfaces is providing a pageable and sortable grid of data. Even better if it uses AJAX to make it more responsive and snazzy. Since ASP.NET MVC includes jQuery, This tutorial has used a jQuery Grid plugin for the demo.
8. jQuery Search box and Autocomplete
This is a simple run through on how to create a fancy search box, that has suggestions underneath the input box, and that also can do autocomplete.
While MVC is a familiar term to those in back-end application development—using frameworks such as Struts, Ruby on Rails, and CakePHP—MVC’s origin in user interface development lends itself to structuring client-side applications. Let’s examine what MVC is, see how we can use it to rework an example project, and consider some existing MVC frameworks.
Other MVC Resources
13. MVC for Noobs
Model-View-Controller (MVC) is probably one of the most quoted patterns in the web programming world in recent years. Anyone currently working in anything related to web application development will have heard or read the acronym hundreds of times. Today, we’ll clarify what MVC means, and why it has become so popular.
Since AFrame tries to be somewhat AOP with its use of Plugins, and often times those Plugins depend on knowing when the plugged object is initialized, it is recommended to use a class’ create function instead of the ‘new’ operator to do object instantiation.