Posting Form Content via JavaScript

Posted by: Simple Talk, on 16 Mar 2016 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Web-based applications run smoother if instead of using the traditional form method, they use JavaScript to post data to the server and to update the user interface after posting data: It also makes it easier to keep POST and GET actions separated. SignalR makes it even slicker; it can even update multiple pages at the same time. Is it time to use JavaScript to post data rather than posting via the browser the traditional way?...

Category: JavaScript | Other Posts: View all posts by this blogger | Report as irrelevant | View bloggers stats | Views: 195 | Hits: 2

Similar Posts

  • Using Seadragon with ASP.NET MVC more
  • Ajax Control Toolkit: new controls, bug fixes more
  • Starter Project Templates (VS 2010 and .NET 4.0 Series) more
  • Put Your Views (and Pages) On a Diet more
  • Export Word documents to XPS - Open XML Paper Specification format more
  • The Law of Demeter Is Not A Dot Counting Exercise more
  • Securing Applications Built on Silverlight and WCF more
  • Visual Studio Talk Show #97 is now online (French) more
  • Building Interactive User Interfaces with Microsoft ASP.NET AJAX: A Look at JSON Serialization more
  • Support for Form-UrlEncoded data in WCF Rest services more

News Categories

.NET | Agile | Ajax | Architecture | ASP.NET | BizTalk | C# | Certification | Data | DataGrid | DataSet | Debugger | DotNetNuke | Events | GridView | IIS | Indigo | JavaScript | Mobile | Mono | Patterns and Practices | Performance | Podcast | Refactor | Regex | Security | Sharepoint | Silverlight | Smart Client Applications | Software | SQL | VB.NET | Visual Studio | W3 | WCF | WinFx | WPF | WSE | XAML | XLinq | XML | XSD