Use JSONP to load an html page Making a JSONP call (in other words, to employ this usage pattern), requires a script element. Therefore, for each new JSONP request, the browser must add (or reuse) a new element—in other words, inject the element—into the HTML DOM, with the desired value for the “src” attribute. This element is then evaluated, the src … Read more

Progress bar for long running server calls in ASP.Net MVC [closed]

The right and easiest way to do this is with SignalR. Please download Microsoft SignalR in Create a hub class in separate folder in project path called hubs, add two class files into the hubs folder Startup.cs using Owin; using Microsoft.Owin; [assembly: OwinStartup(typeof(SignalRChat.Startup))] namespace SignalRChat { public class Startup { public void Configuration(IAppBuilder app) … Read more

Rendering Partial Views using ajax

If you want to load the page and then load the partial view via ajax you could create an ActionMethod that does something like: public ActionResult Create() { var model = new MyModel(); if (Request.IsAjaxRequest()) { return PartialView( “_Partial”, model.PartialModel ); } else { return View( model ); } } and then in your page … Read more

jQuery mobile $(document).ready equivalent

I spent some time on researching the same since JQM docs are not very detailed at this point. Solution below works fine for me: <script type=”text/javascript”> $(‘div:jqmData(role=”page”)’).live(‘pagebeforeshow’,function(){ // code to execute on each page change }); </script> You have to implement your own checking flow in order to prevent multiple initialization since the code above … Read more

jquery html() strips out script tags

Edit: I’m tired and not thinking. You can just use the native innerHTML method instead of .html(): $(‘#feedback-‘ + idfeedback)[0].innerHTML = x; Original answer: My hunch is that the answer you linked doesn’t work for you because the included scripts are called with a src attribute rather than script content between the <script> and </script> … Read more