How to use String.Format to get multiple value from radio button?

For getting more than one value let us say “ID” and “Contact” from single radio button on change event you have to write code like :

<input type=”radio” class=”radio” name=”RadioButton” value=’@String.Format(“{0}|{1}”,ID,Contact />

Now for getting these value using jquery :


$(“input[name=RadioButton]:radio”).change(function () {

var arm = $(this).val();

var arr = arm.split(‘|’);

var ID = arr[0];

var Contact = arr[1];



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Jquery .live() running twice ?

This  happens when you click the same element again and again ,to rectify this situation just add .die before it .

$(selector).die(‘click’).live(‘click’, function () {


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Implement Jquery Auto Complete

Jquery Auto Complete

In this article we will show you how to use auto complete of jQuery. Auto complete widget provides suggestions while you type into the field. Here we are going to show you an example that how to implement auto complete and how we can customize it as per our requirement.

In the below example, we have 3 different objects in an array:
var data = [{
label: "Code",
value: ""
label: "Hotfix",
value: ""
label: "Code Hotfix",
value: ""}
$(function () {
source: function (request, response) {
var matcher = new RegExp("^" + $.ui.autocomplete.escapeRegex(request.term), "i");
response($.grep(data, function (item) {
return matcher.test(item.label);
select: function (event, ui) {
window.location.href = ui.item.value;


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How to read JSON data from External File

In this article we will understand how we can read JSON data from a external file.JSON is short for JavaScript Object Notation, and is a way to store information in an organized, easy-to-access manner .One of the easiest ways to load JSON data into our web applications is to use jQuery.getJSON().For this we have to understand the term “jQuery.getJSON()” .

So what is significance of jquery.getJSON?????….


It loads JSON data from the  server using GET HTTP request .


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JSON with Javascript and Jquery

JSJavascript has grown  from a way to add interactivity on your page , to a language that lets you perform tasks that once belonged to servers.JSON provides for an easy way to create and store data structures within JavaScript. JSON stands for JavaScript Object Notation…it’s called that because storing data with JSON creates a JavaScript object. The JavaScript object can be easily parsed and manipulated with JavaScript.

First, we create a variable to hold our data, and then we use JSON to define our object. Our sample object above is a simple as it gets. Just an item called firstName and it’s value Sam. When using strings with JSON, you should use them with quotations as above. If you use numbers, then you don’t have to use quotations.

<script> var data = { “Firstname”: “Sam” }; alert(data.Firstname); </script>

Let’s put data inside an HTML element.

var data = {
"Firstname": "Sam",
"Lastname": "Legend",
"Age": "34"

 document.getElementById("placeholder").innerHTML = data.Firstname + " " + data.Lastname + " " + data.Age;
  • Every object in json is stored with curly braces {}, an array is stored with brackets[].

  • So in order to organize our data, we created an object called users, which held an array (using brackets).

  • That object had a couple of other objects…each stored like before with curly braces {}.

  • Each element in that object was separated by commas.

<meta charset="utf-8" />
<title>JSON Data</title>
 <div id="placeholder"> </div>
var data = {
"users": [
"Firstname": "Sam",
"Lastname": "Legend",
"Age": "34"
"Firstname": "John",
"Lastname": "Watson",
"Age": "22"
 document.getElementById("placeholder").innerHTML = data.users[0].Firstname + " " + data.users[0].Lastname + " " + data.users[0].Age;

Export to excel table without hitting server using Jquery

Want to export the data to excel, but don’t  want to hit server again and again ?? So here is the simple way out for you.

In the following steps you will understand how simply we can export the data to excel sheet by using jquery.

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