Refreshing JavaScript – Reduce Method – Detailed Explanation

A Detailed explanation about JavaScript Reduce Method

 

Refreshing JavaScript – Map Method – Detailed Explanation

Refreshing JavaScript – A new Series which I am planning to write in depth about Javascript/JQuery methods, usages, samples in a simpler way.  As part of that, the first method, we focus today is MAP.

 

Step by Step procedure to Create a Custom Action for Delete Button on SharePoint List Form Ribbon using JavaScript

Step by Step procedure to Create a Custom Action for Delete Button on SharePoint List Form Ribbon using JavaScript

 
 

Redirect URL to different page in SharePoint before rendering using jQuery

In this article we will see how to redirect to different URL from SharePoint. Here we are going to redirect to different URL before anything renders on the page.

 

Redirect to custom page from SharePoint OOTB Form button click using jQuery

Redirect to custom page from SharePoint OOTB Form button click using jQuery

 

Custom Alert Message on SharePoint Page using Content Editor Web Part and JQuery

Custom Alert Message on SharePoint Page using Content Editor Web Part and JQuery

 
 

How to redirect different page on Save button click on SharePoint Forms using client side script

in this article we will how we can change the default behaviour of buttons available in SharePoint OOTB forms (Non-custom). We achieve this in different ways; below you can find simple and straight way. Here we used JQuery and OOTB Script Editor Web part on the form page.

 

How to use SharePoint ‘Working on it’ modal dialog

In this article we will see how to use SharePoint’s own modal dialog wherever you want

 

Module Optimization by using RequireJS in ASP.NET MVC

In my previous article I have explained about some basic idea and implementation on RequireJS. In this article let me explain on Module Optimization using RequireJS and there are ways to use this approach with ASP.NET.

 
 

Build a simple client-side MVC app with RequireJS

RequireJS is an implementation of AMD (Asynchronous Module Definition) an API for declaring modules and loading them asynchronously on the fly when they’re needed.