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Knockout Advanced Tree Library & Control
All code samples used on this post can be downloaded from here This post shows you how to fully implement a tree control using knockout. It was taken into consideration while
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This post shows you how to fully implement a tree control using knockout. This tree control has great features like; 01.Flat input data, 02.Dynamic node object properties, 03.Sorting by node object properties, 04.Searching by node object properties, 05.Searching by like patterns (case sensitive/insensitive) or whole words, 06.Searching by regular expressions, 07.Expanding to matching nodes, 08.Highlighting matching nodes, 09.Expand/Collapse, 10.A...
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A Guide For Dealing With Hierarchical, Parent-Child And Tree Form Data Operations
Lately I have been working on more than one project dealing with hierarchical data structures. This encouraged me to try to sum up my experience on this type of structures and corresponding operations. From time to time I will revisit this post to update it...
Lately I have been working on more than one project dealing with hierarchical data structures. This encouraged me to try to sum up my experience on this type of structures and corresponding operations. From time to time I will revisit this post to update it with whatever new I found related to this topic. If you need to know more about this, you can read this article.
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How To Develop/Adjust ASP.NET User Controls For Multiple Instances Support
When developing ASP.NET user controls you should keep in mind whether they need to support multiple instances feature or not. In other words, you should decide if more than one instance of your user control could be added on the same page. Why do you need t...
When developing ASP.NET user controls you should keep in mind whether they need to support multiple instances feature or not. In other words, you should decide if more than one instance of your user control could be added on the same page. Why do you need to make up your mind on this? Because when clicking a button on one instance you may end up applying its logic on all instances or at least on another improper instance. If you need to know more...
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[Development Simply Put] Knockout Advanced Tree Library & Control

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This post shows you how to fully implement a tree control using knockout. This tree control has great features like; 01.Flat input data, 02.Dynamic node object properties, 03.Sorting by node object properties, 04.Searching by node object properties, 05.Searching by like patterns (case sensitive/insensitive) or whole words, 06.Searching by regular expressions, 07.Expanding to matching nodes, 08.Highlighting matching nodes, 09.Expand/Collapse, 10.Adding nodes, 11.Extensibility. It was taken into consideration while writing the code to separate the business-related code from the core implementation as far as possible without adding too much complexity to the whole solution. You can take this library as a base which you can modify to be adapted to your needs.
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Knockout Datagrid With Sorting, Paging And Searching
All code samples used on this post can be downloaded from here . If you are interested into having a quick recap on the paging concept you can check the post Paging Concept - The Main Equations To Make It Easy first. This post shows you how to fully impleme...
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Splitting Daytime Into Chunks To Enhance SQL Bulk Time-based Operations Performance
The best way to understand what this post is about is to start with a real scenario. One of my colleagues was building a system which controls some motors using some readings coming from electronic sensors. The problem was that the frequency of the sensors ...
Sometimes you need to apply SQL bulk operations on a huge number of records and apply grouping based on time ranges. As an example (at the end of each day the electronic sensor readings should be divided into groups where each group is limited by a time range of half an hour and then the readings of each group should be aggregated by taking the average). This is a real scenario which I faced. A challenge has aroused while working on the SQL routi...
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How To Develop/Adjust ASP.NET User Controls For Multiple Instances Support
When developing ASP.NET user controls you should keep in mind whether they need to support multiple instances feature or not. In other words, you should decide if more than one instance of your user control could be added on the same page. Why do you need t...
When developing ASP.NET user controls you should keep in mind whether they need to support multiple instances feature or not. In other words, you should decide if more than one instance of your user control could be added on the same page. Why do you need to make up your mind on this? Because when clicking a button on one instance you may end up applying its logic on all instances or at least on another improper instance. If you need to know more...
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How To Access ASP.NET Web.config AppSettings On Client-Side Javascript
You can download the code presented into this post from here There are many ways by which you can access your ASP.NET web application web.config application settings through your client-side javascript code. The common thing between all of these ways is tha...
There are many ways by which you can access your ASP.NET web application web.config application settings through your client-side javascript code. The common thing between all of these ways is that to do so you for sure need to access the server-side. The most proper way I prefer is to load all your application settings in a batch the first time your page is loaded. If you need to know more about this topic, you can read this article.
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