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Posted 3 Jan 2014

Top 5 Articles of Year 2013 on Web Development

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Top 5 articles of the year 2013 on web development


Year 2013 finally ended and we welcomed a brand new year 2014. I would like to wish a very happy new year to everyone and wishes that Year 2014 gets filled with more successful personal and work achievements.

I wanted to share with you some of the details about this Web Development blog. Following 5 are the most viewed articles on my Web Application Development blog in Year 2013.

1. HTML5 Interview Questions with Answers

In this web development tutorial, top 10 interview questions on HTML5 with descriptive answers are given. These are the most frequently asked questions on a web developer interview regarding HTML5 and also provides a basic understanding for new developers on newer version of HTML. New concepts with tag elements and code snippets are given that is helpful to start working with HTML5 and also preparing to appear for an interview. To view these top questions, click here.

2. Validation in JavaScript

JavaScript article is about client-side validation for letters and numbers. Validating input at the very first place using JavaScript is always considered a good choice. In this tutorial, following validations are applied:

  • Only Numeric values
  • Only Characters values
  • Alphanumeric values
  • Email Validity

In addition to that, copy and paste of invalid input is restricted too using JavaScript. For complete code example, follow this link.

3. ASP.NET MVC Interview Questions and Answers

Web Development Tutorial is about frequently asked questions on ASP.NET MVC. It follows a pattern-based approach for building web-based dynamic application. This article discusses various important concepts about new MVC model, i.e., core features of MVC, request flow, routing, difference between ViewData -ViewBag - TempData, Action Methods and Action Filters, etc. in ASP.NET MVC. Follow this link to read this article.

4. MVC Vs Webforms

Difference between Webforms and MVC is explained in this simple tutorial. It gives a better understanding about how both the models differ as well as when we should follow the right approach. Pros and cons of each approach are discussed in details.

5. Creating Web API Service in 3 Simple Steps

This article explains the creation of Web API service in 3 simple steps. This article follows a step by step approach for creating HTTP Service using Microsoft Web API with attached screenshots. So it becomes very easy for a new developer to understand and create his/her first Web API service using ASP.NET Web API service. Click here to see the article in action.

Finally, I would like to thank all readers for their appreciation and feedback on my articles in year 2013.


This article, along with any associated source code and files, is licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)


About the Author

Imran Abdul Ghani
Software Developer (Senior) Emaratech
United Arab Emirates United Arab Emirates
Imran Abdul Ghani has more than 10 years of experience in designing/developing enterprise level applications. He is Microsoft Certified Solution Developer for .NET(MCSD.NET) since 2005. You can reach his blogging at WCF Tutorials, Web Development, SharePoint for Dummies.

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