10 jQuery and ASP Plugins

Sam Deering
Sam Deering

10 awesome ASP.NET jQuery plugins which can help do things like AJAX requests, grids, json manage, panels and more. Learn how to integrate ASP.NET using jQuery and Ajax. Check out our featured tutorials below.

1. Using jQuery for AJAX in ASP.NET

This article will demonstrate how to use a popular JavaScript library (jQuery) to add AJAX capabilities to your application with a minimal amount of code.

2. Using 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, I figured it’d be fun to use a jQuery plugin for this demo, so I chose jQuery Grid.

3. Using jQuery to directly call ASP.NET AJAX page methods

In this post, we will tell exactly what is and isn’t necessary in order to use page methods. Then, we’ll show you how to use jQuery to call a page method without using the ScriptManager.

4. Use jQuery and ASP.NET to Build a News Ticker

This article is the first in a series that explores how to create your own news ticker widget using jQuery and ASP.NET. jQuery is a free, popular, open-source JavaScript library that simplifies many common client-side tasks, like event handling, DOM manipulation, and Ajax

5. jQuery & asp.net: How to implement paging,sorting and filtering on a client side grid using asp.net,jTemplates and JSON

This article will concentrate only on high performance grid implementation using jQuery,JSON, .net,Linq.Most of us in our career face a situation when we want performance intensive i.e solutions where high performance is the topmost priority.

6. jQuery MicroAjax for ASP.NET

MicroAjax is a set of jQuery plugins and .NET components designed to provide simple, powerful and efficient Ajax centric web application design patterns.

7. ASP.Net default button fix

This small plugin fixes a known issue with the ‘DefaultButton’ property of an ASP.Net Panel when used with a LinkButton. The DefaultButton property doesn’t work correctly in FireFox due to the fact that an ‘A’ doesn’t have an onClick property by default in FF.

8. Ajax Dot Net

Provides a function which allows GET and POST requests to ASP.NET Ajax enabled PageMethods and Web Services. The function only supports JSON requests and requires JSON2.js from json.org.

9. Using jQuery for ASP.NET Textbox Autocomplete

Autocomplete an input field to enable users quickly finding and selecting some value, leveraging searching and filtering.

10. Check username availability with JQuery and ASP.NET

A cool use for AJAX is to let users know if a particular username is available or not while they are filling out the registration form.