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Nikhil Prajapati
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What is ViewBag, ViewData and TempData in MVC ?
In  ASP.NET  MVC, Generally we have three options for passing data from Controller to View and in the request.  And that three options are : 1. ViewBag 2. ViewData and 3. TempData ViewBag and ViewData are basically same and TempData have some additional res...

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MVC Interview Questions and Answers
Model View Controller By reading these MVC interview question it does not mean you will go and clear MVC interviews. The whole purpose of this Post is to quickly brush up your MVC knowledge before you for the MVC interviews. Before Going for Question Answer...

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Facebook Integration in .net MVC 3.0
Now, Time for Facebook Integration in .Net MVC 3.0. Step 1 :  Download Library package reference of Facebook from NuGet Package Installer. Step 2 :  import namespace of facebook as like,                  using facebook; Step 3 :  This uri method handles Our...

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Twilio API Integration for sending SMS and List of Sent SMS
Now, you can send SMS using Twilio API easily by just following the few Steps: Steps: 1.  Login in to the  http://www.twilio.com  and if you are not user then sign in. 2.  Now Open Visual Studio and start your project and download twilio and twilioML librar...

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Send Data from Java Script to Controller in .NET MVC
Now, When you are working on some Java script APIs or like for some other purpose you have to send java script data to Controller for storing that value in Database. So, for that you have use the $.Ajax() for pass this java script data to controller. and at...

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Password Encryption and Decryption in ASP.NET
   
1.  This Method illustrates the Password Encryption... public static string Encrypt(string originalString) {       if (originalString == null)       {             return originalString = “”;       }       if (String.IsNullOrEmpty(originalString))       ...
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