Monthly Archives: October 2014

JQuery or Asp .Net Ajax Controls, What is your choice ? Why dont combine them ?

JQuery

JQuery used on client script. It really helps to fasten javascript or client script development.

JQuery also has package to make nice User Interface by using JQuery UI. JQuery UI has many themes that makes it more flexible and usable by developer.

Ajax functionality is one of JQuery strong benefit. Again, easy and fast client Ajax development also platform independent makes JQuery is a favorite and popular Javascript framework.

Asp .Net Ajax Toolkit and ScriptManager

Asp .Net has its own Ajax Controls. There are main components of Asp .Net Ajax controls which are ScriptManager, UpdatePanel, and Triggers. ScriptManager is a must have controls to enable Ajax.

Those controls are server control by attribute runat=”server”. So that Ajax submission will be done with .Net powerfull script and also VS intellisense. Server side script in Asp .Net is easy to manage. Has relatively less lines of code than any technology by help of so many .Net references that available. OOp implements automatically so that developer can make their best practice on OOP design.

Those reasons make general and Ajax Server side script on Asp .Net leads on easiness and fast for application development.

Asp .Net Ajax toolkit has client side script that act like JQuery to handle client development. Also it has many controls for User Interface development. With this Asp .Net functionallities, client development also can be fasten then using plain javascript.
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Applying Report Viewer 2010 Control With RDLC file In Visual Studio 2010 Express Edition (C#)

I use Report Viewer 2010 or version 10 instead of 8 or 9, so that more updated of Report Definition file can be viewed.

First of all, please download Report Viewer 2010 control (Report Viewer Version 10) from this link http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=6442 and install it since VS 2010 Express was shipped with Report Viewer Version 8 and/or 9.

After you install it, that component will be registered on C:\Windows\assembly folder. If you browse to C:\Windows\assembly using Windows Explorer then you will see custom shell extension view.

Please take note that even though we already install Report Viewer 2010 but VS 2010 Express Edition still not recognized version 10. It still has version 9. We need to copy required library files and add them as project reference.

However, you can not just copy those Assembly’s library with just right click. We need to copy installed 3 library files comes from Report Viewer 10 installation which are Microsoft.ReportViewer.Common,
Microsoft.ReportViewer.ProcessingObjectModel and Microsoft.ReportViewer.Winforms to our own Folder as usual file system.
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