AJAX (2)


Pitfalls of Building Ajax Grid with ASP.NET MVC and jQuery/JavaScript

This article is about pitfalls which should be considered when you’re implementing an Ajax grid with jQuery and ASP.NET MVC. The sample in the article can be used as a starting point to more complicated version of any grid since it provides a complete set of required features: create, edit, delete, filtering, sorting and pagination. […]




Passing AntiForgeryToken to every POST request

The best practice is that all POST request has AntiForgeryToken to prevent XSS attack. If you don’t know what it is, please, read materials in the bottom of the article. From MVC 3.5 there is a special attribute which can be applied to controller actions ValidateAntiForgeryTokenAttribute. It works in pair with HtmlHelper method Html.AntiForgeryToken(). The value […]