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Webpart/Portlet development in ASP.NET MVC Framework

, 6 Feb 2015 CPOL 108.1K 5.8K 156
Solution adorned with drag and drop Portlet/Webpart customization feature in ASP.NET MVC Framework. It summoned JQuery for better user experience evading inclusive page refresh during personalization.



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