[Solved] Updating Partial Views From Controller in .Net MVC [closed]

You can use Jquery Ajax for this Try something like this.. $(‘#Yourbutton’).on(‘click’, function(){ $(‘#yourdiv’).empty(); $.ajax({ url: ‘@Url.Action(“YOUR Action”, “YOUR Controller”)’, dataType: ‘html’, cache: false, async: true, data : {Yourparam1:value ,YourParam2:value } success: function(result){ $(‘#yourdiv’).append(result); } }); }); Here I assume that there is a div in your page to hold partial view data 5 solved … Read more

[Solved] Asp.net foreach loop [closed]

Let me explain what foreach actually does. It iterates over a collection of elements inside an IEnumerable, in order, without skipping anything, even if the current element has the value null. If you have an array with [5,2,24], the elements will be called in oder 5, 2, 24 and will stop after that. 5 solved … Read more

[Solved] show title of the page in tab of browser

you can follow default routine for displaying title in ASP.NET MVC. in _Layout.cshtml <html lang=”en”> <head> <meta charset=”utf-8″ /> <title>Your SiteName | @ViewBag.Title</title> . . in other pages just set ViewBag.Title. for example login page @model LoginModel @{ ViewBag.Title = “Login page”; } 0 solved show title of the page in tab of browser

[Solved] Finding location using google API in mvc 5

I have worked with freegeoip and to get the geo location from this is as below. URL:- http://freegeoip.net/xml/{ip} In this you can provide your IP and can see result in browser. Implementation in code. string apiUrl = http://freegeoip.net/xml/{ip} HttpClient HttpClient = new HttpClient(); var response = HttpClient.GetAsync(apiUrl).Result; if (response != null && response.ReasonPhrase != “Unauthorized”) … Read more

[Solved] Streamreader Directory [closed]

When you run a web application, the current working directory of the process isn’t the directory containing your source code. You might want to look at HttpServerUtility.MapPath or HostingEnvironment.MapPath. Note that this doesn’t really have anything to do with StreamReader – for diagnostic purposes, you’d be better off with something like: FileInfo file = new … Read more