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In this tutorial, you are going to create an ASP.NET MVC application that is going to have an Ajax-based link to asynchronously load records from the server. You are going to simulate a slow server so that you can make a GIF-animated spinner appear while the async Ajax call is waiting for the records to return.

 


In this tutorial, we will learn how to download and install the jQuery package. We will learn the basics on how to code using the jQuery API. As part of the new ASP.NET 5, we will learn how to use the Bower.json file.

 


In this tutorial, we will learn how to implement an ASP.NET 5 MVC 6 project that will contain a list of check boxes and a Select/Unselect All check boxes at the top. This Select/Unselect All check box will use jQuery code to mark or unmark all check boxes in the list.

 


ASP.NET 5 introduces a new and easier way to install client-side libraries and dependencies called the Bower Configuration File. In this tutorial, we will learn how to use the Bower Configuration File.

 


In this tutorial, we will have an introduction to the jQuery library through a real example.

 


In this tutorial, we will have an introduction to jQuery events (such as the click event) through a real example.

 


In this tutorial, we will learn how to implement an ASP.NET MVC web application where we will apply special attributes, called Data Annotations, to define validation and business rules to fields of the models.

 


In this tutorial, we will learn how to create a Model class and decorate its fields with data annotation attributes for validation.

 


ASP.NET MVC offers some data annotation attributes to facilitate the process of injecting client and server side code to prevent the user from submitting invalid data. In this tutorial, we will learn how to take advantage of these data annotations.

 


In this tutorial, we will learn how to bind a Model instance to a view in an ASP.NET MVC project.