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Cross Domain Ajax using jQuery

Browsers by default don’t allow cross domain ajax. Conceptually we can implement JSONP (see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/JSONP) using jquery to do this. Here is an example <script type="text/javascript"> $(document).ready(function () {    var s = $.ajax({ url: "http://someotherdomain.com/page?callback=?", context: document.body, dataType: "jsonp" }); }); function populate(data) {   $(".info").html(unescape(data)); } </script> <button id="btn" value="click me" /> <div […]

Loop through properties of an object

I just had a need to loop through all the properties of an object and copy the values of the properties to another object of the same type. I just discovered that we can use System.Relection to get this done. For example two objects sourceObject and destinationObject are objects of class Person. using System.Reflection; namespace […]

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