I had written an eBook a couple of months ago called ’51 Tips, Tricks, and Recipes with jQuery & Controls’. The eBook so far has received some good. Book Details. Publisher: By: Suprotim Agarwal. ISBN: Year: Pages: Language: English. File size: MB. File format: PDF. 19 Jan I recently finished reading the 51 Tips, Tricks, and Recipes with jQuery & ASP. NET Controls eBook by Suprotim Agarwal. The eBook is $

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51 Tips, Tricks, and Recipes with jQuery & Controls – Review by Elijah Manor

In the first book of its kind on using jQuery with ASP. I will certainly buy that — M.

I especially like the link to the live demo site, a nice touch. I could understand the situations, problems, and pain points that the eBook addressed. Based on the other good articles on your site, I hope you write some additional books in the future — Larry Q Well written, informative and easy-to-use recipes.

You can buy them or download free in http: I found this cool eBook and wanted to share it with you all since jQuery is more and more, becoming a common part of the ASP. Overall I strongly recommend this book to everyone.

51 Tips, Tricks, and Recipes with jQuery & ASP.NET Controls – Review by Elijah Manor

To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: They are useful aspnet just from a review perspective – going through these documents can andd help you and me to iron out few recjpes glitches we might have in the programming portion of our brain.


The book is written with the assumption that the reader knows JQuery. Newer Post Older Post Home. Notify me of new comments via email. I have already used it to solve an annoying issue.

In just the first couple of days, I’ve already copied, pasted and modified extracts from asp.nett of the examples which have saved me hours of figuring it out for myself. Posted on October 14, I feel that the practical value of the book is immense. This EBook is the result of his practical experience of using jQuery 1. As you may already know, it is easy to come up with a document – the key is in implementing these standards in your organization, through methods like internal trainings, Peer Reviews, Check in policies, Automated code review tools etc.

My New EBook – 51 Recipes with jQuery and ASP.NET Controls

This is a very good book. The range of controls covered in this book and, more importantly, the quality of source code and documentation provided, is truly excellent. Wow, and I got pleasantly surprised when I saw this. Also, thought about saving this wkth post for my kids as well – instead of investing in these Child education schemes though they are too small as of today, 2 years and 60 days respectively.

Lots of neat tips and ideas. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. I will complete it over the weekend and blog about it soon.

Ebook : 51 Tips, Tricks and Recipes with jQuery and Controls | Ramani Sandeep

The Demo link with each recipe is very very useful. I think some books useful for starters and developers.

This looks like it’s going to be an awesome book, I’ll be keeping my eye on it. As Conntrols mentioned in my last post, more and more organizations are leaning towards Web Oriented Architecture WOA which are highly scalable. This is very handy book for the web developer who uses jQuery along with ASP.

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A lot of useful info at a great price: NET controls, all in the pursuit of demonstrating techniques to resolve Client-Side programming challenges, quickly. With a library of over 2, videos covering everything from arithmetic to physics, finance, and history and practice exercisesth…. I paid some serious attention to the book over the last couple of weekends, when I was playing around with JQuery a bit to implement some desired user experience. Each recipe has a problem statement challengesolution the actual codeExplanation of the code, A link to a live demo, a note on Browsers supported, and a set of useful links on this problem.

If Suprotim writes any more books be sure to let me know and I hope it sells well as it mquery to.

For a developer, with out doubt, this e-book will serve as a travelling compass in the world of ASP. Here’s the link if you’re interested, and good luck with the book! Happy New Year, this is my first post in Very helpful — Mark Phillips I have received the book and it’s a very good no nonsense manual.