ASP.NET MVC Time Planner is available at CodePlex

I get almost every week some e-mails where my dear readers ask for source code of my ASP.NET MVC and FullCalendar example. I have some great news, guys! I ported my sample application to Visual Studio 2010 and made it available at CodePlex. Feel free to visit the page of MVC Time Planner.

JavaScript: Creating timestamps with time zone offsets

I was converting the example code of my Windows Azure session to Visual Studio 2010 solution called MVC Time Planner when I discovered some date and time offset issues in my JavaScript code. In this posting I will show you some useful tricks you can use to convert JavaScript dates and times to timestamps.

ASP.NET MVC: Using jQuery context menu with tables

I needed to add context menus to some tables of my intranet application. After trying some components I found one that does everything I need and has no overhead. In this posting I will show you how to use jQuery context menu plug-in and how to attach it to tables.

Using FullCalendar jQuery component with ASP.NET MVC

I found very good jQuery component called FullCalendar. My special favorites are agenda views because they make this calendar really useful in business applications. In this posting I will show you how to use FullCalendar with ASP.NET MVC.

Linking jQueryUI DatePicker and FullCalendar

In one of my sample projects I wrote simple calendar solution. Users can select dates from calendar and see what events they have on selected days. I used jQueryUI DatePicker and FullCalendar components. In this posting I will show you how to link them together.

Using ASP.NET and Jcrop to crop images online

Cropping images in ASP.NET is easy task to do if you use right tools. In this posting I will introduce how to crop images using Jcrop and System.Drawing namespace classes. What we are building is simple and user-friendly image cropping interface that also demonstrates some simple features of Jcrop. Believe me, your users will love it!

Reordering invoice lines using jqGrid and TableDND extension

In one of my ASP.NET MVC applications I needed flexible interface for inserting invoice lines. Sometimes invoice lines are inserted in incorrect order and it saves accountants some time if they are able to change the order of invoice lines quickly. In my application I used jqGrid with TableDND extension. Here’s how I got it work.

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