Sometimes it’s difficult
I am a good contributor(+moderator) at www.asp.net forums ( and I love MVC ). Sometimes it’s very difficult to stay calm . Let’s make an example:
[new programmer first post]
Hi I am new in ASP.NET mvc 3
I want to insert/modify collection on the page without refresh.
[ code for database first]
Now on create product View I want to add a composite in IList<Composite> Composites collection.
2 things here:
Modify a collection in MVC : http://haacked.com/archive/2008/10/23/model-binding-to-a-list.aspx
Send via ajax : http://bit.ly/mvc_ajax_jquery
[new programmer answer after 4 ( FOUR!) minutes]
Thanks for the reply.
But I have no idea how to implement this thing.
can you give me a small example regarding this.
I have tried many times but not successed.
quoting “I have no idea how to implement this thing” from new programmer
What thing of the 2 I have shown you ?
More, I admire your fast reading if you read 2 tutorials(max 6 minutes) so fast , download codes , reproduce and decide that you do not understand.
I am sorry… The links which you have posted was not underlined/highlighted; so that’s why I thought it were like suggentions. because of that misunderstanding I replied you back for demo application.
And then the usual combination of “ I am getting an error” – although my tutorial it handles errors – both from server side and communication side
However, when someone asks for help it is good to READ what other said – even it was suggestions…
And , as I say, sometimes it is difficult to stay calm. What have you answered?
Lol! Welcome to mass produced programmers from Asian countries. You are lucky you didn’t get an irate one. “I need solution ASAP!!!” and stuff like that. I sometimes do wonder how people who are absolutely loyal to their families and religion are completely devoid of empathy towards fellow programmers and expect one give up their personal time to help achieve tasks without any effort from their part. These are the kind of people who made me abandon my blog chat. Don’t you give up, too, though