What is SOAP - Simple Object Access Protocol

SOAP is XML based protocol, format-for-sending-messages and used over HTTP.

Web services are used to handle interoperability problem and have given a way to exchange the data in different platforms.

It uses Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) to transport data over networks. XML is widely used for structuring, coding data and decoding data. [More]

Update Panel slowness problem

Here are few tricks which can boost the working of Update Panel as they eliminate/minimize the huge data transfer in asynchronous calls.   1.       Set the UpdateMode property conditional for each Update-Panel.      Ex.- UpdateMode="... [More]

Hover Event in jQuery

The hover requires 2 callback functions, one for "mouseover" and another one is far "mouseout". Thus we can say, hover is an ready made solution that is equivalent of binding these two events in following manner -

$('.myHoverClassNameComeHere').live('mouseover mouseout', function(event) {
if (event.type == 'mouseover') {
// do something on mouseover
} else {
// do something on mouseout
}); [More]

JavaScript vs JScript vs jQuery

Java Script was created by Netscape for their new version of browser. Initially they released this as part of Netscape Navigator 2.0 with a name "LiveScript". Later they renamed it with "Java Script". Note, Java is a programming language and completely differ. Actually at that time Java was being mo... [More]

Difference between Interface and Class

Interface is more popular and used in single-inheritance class model languages. There object's interface is used by making instances of objects. The languages which supports multi-inheritance class model, there classes & different methods are used instead of Interface. In C#, class doesn't support multiple inheritance and Interface is used to get the functionality of class multi-inheritance. [More]

Null-coalescing and Ternary operator in C#

Null coalescing operator in C# comes under binary operators and used for checking null. It works fine with both types: reference types and nullable types. One more important point regarding this operator is - it is right associative operator like our assignment, and conditional operators. So it start evaluating from right to left. [More]