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Visual Studio 2012 and .NET 4.5 Expert Development Cookbook by Abhishek Sur

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Working with jQuery in Visual Studio with ASP.NET

Today, jQuery has been adopted by most (if not all) of the big giants in the browser industry and hence the requirement of knowing jQuery has also been huge. Microsoft has adopted jQuery and has made Visual Studio to natively support jQuery with all its syntaxes directly within the IDE. This made writing JavaScript in a jQuery syntax easier than ever before working with Visual Studio. In this recipe, I am going to give you some basic ideas about working with jQuery and will guide you through how to make use of it in your day-to-day programming.

Getting ready

jQuery is a widely-accepted JavaScript library that helps you to define your markups on the client side of a web page. It is a lightweight "write ...

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