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Pro SharePoint with jQuery by Phill Duffy

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C H A P T E R  7

Adding Controls to Create, Edit, and Delete Tasks

In this chapter, you will learn how you can improve upon the Task View List application to allow the end user to create, edit, and delete tasks without ever leaving the application page. This is one of the great advantages of using client-side code because you can read, write, and update data dynamically without needing to do a page postback to refresh the data.

This chapter will show how easy it is to further develop an application with SharePoint and jQuery. To start, you will see how to add the ability to delete a task (which is the easiest functionality to implement), to add a new task, and finally to edit an item in-place. SharePoint makes these kinds of actions on a list ...

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