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Using jQuery UI in ASP.NET

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In this installment of DevNuggets, Developer Evangelist G. Andrew Duthie (aka DEvHammer) demonstrates how you can easily add fun and function to your ASP.NET-based website using jQueryUI.

You can keep track of what's happening with the DEvHammer on his blog, or on Twitter, and find out about upcoming developer and IT Pro events in your area on his site, Community Megaphone.


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  • Erik Zetterstenmaxx.erik MAXX

    What I love about jquery is the "ease of use" factor. The above demostration just scratches the surface! I would love it andrew if you demostrated and explained how to use the drag and drop ables... (something a little more complex, yet still somewhat straight forward and easy).


    Anyways, great episode!

  • G. Andrew DuthieDevhammer Devhammer

    I'm planning some additional DevNuggets on jQuery and jQueryUI, so perhaps I will do one on drag-drop. Next one is databinding with the accordion, then I want to do a couple on IE 8 Web Slices and Accelerators.

    Thanks for watching!

  • Cool, Excellent and Simple instructions Very Useful .

    Many thanks.

  • It may just be me, but I'm having a hard time seeing the relation to ASP.NET controls when all you are actually doing is adding standard HTML controls (divs and ul's can hardly be called ASP.NET)


    How to add HTML control in toolbox ? Please help me. I try but i can't

  • Robert Nagbynlinus nlinus

    I agree.

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