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Source Code for JQuery ASP.NET Controls

, 10 Jun 2009 CPOL
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Get a start to building your own JQuery Controls


Ok... So I'm hoping you are already familiar with JQuery. If you're not, then just consider JQuery as a JavaScript framework that is used for client-side rendering. I really love what these guys have done, but there is no direct integration with ASP.NET. DotNetAge provides a pretty good framework, but their controls are missing Control Designers for Visual Studio.

Included in the library is are four controls (plus designers) that I developed (JQuerySlider, JQueryTabView, JQueryAccordion, JQueryDialog) and one control that I modified from Rick Strahl's article on the jQueryCalender (JQueryDatePicker). I'm only one person so I've only implemented what I've needed so far. I hope to update this a lot in the future.


Using the Controls

To use the controls, just add your Cascading Style Sheets (the JQuery Theme Roller can build your CSS files for you) to your page and then drag and drop the controls from the ToolBox. Below are some screenshots of the controls in their designer view and then at runtime.














  • 10th June, 2009: Initial post


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About the Author

Sike Mullivan
Software Developer (Senior)
United States United States
I am a Sr SharePoint Developer in Saint Louis, MO. I've been developing professionally for about four years now. For three years I worked for a Document Imaging company that developed applications for Scanning, Indexing, Migrating, and Searching SharePoint (MOSS, WSS). I'm now working on a team for a Cable company that customizes their internal and external SharePoint implementations.

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