Category: ASP.NET MVC

Sep 15

ASP.NET MVC Interview Questions

Interview questions

In this article I am sharing questions related to ASP.NET MVC. I have made list of most frequently asked questions. These questions are generally helpful for candidate having overall 2-5 years of experience(except TDD) out of which at least one project or six months in ASP.NET MVC. The candidate who are aspirant for lead role …

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Dec 20

Google Visualization Charts using jQuery and ASP.NET MVC – Part 2(Pie & Donut Chart)

Google Visualization Charts using jQuery and ASP.NET MVC – Part 2(Pie & Donut Chart) 1. Introduction Chart is also called as graph and it is graphical representation of data. Chart can usually be read more quickly than the row data. Chart is the greatest and simplest way to express data to user or management persons. …

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Dec 19

Google Visualization Charts using jQuery and ASP.NET MVC – Part 1(Bar and Column)

Google Visualization Charts using jQuery and ASP.NET MVC – Part 1(Bar Chart) 1. Introduction Chart is also called as graph and it is graphical representation of data. Chart can usually be read more quickly than the row data. Chart is the greatest and simplest way to express data to user or management persons. Charts are …

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Dec 18

Display Organization or Tree Structure using Google Charts and ASP.NET MVC

1. Introduction Chart is also called as graph and it is graphical representation of data. Chart can usually be read more quickly than the row data. Chart is the greatest and simplest way to express data to user or management persons. Charts are very common in all type of business requirement. In one of my …

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Aug 13

How to Inject Dependency in Action Filter

How to Inject Dependency in Action Filter 1.  Introduction In designing an object-oriented application, a major tenet of design is “loose coupling”. Furthermore, an object’s dependencies should be on interfaces and not on “concrete” objects, when possible. Loose coupling promotes greater reusability, easier maintainability. “Dependency Injection” (DI), also more cryptically known as “Inversion of Control” …

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