Category - HTML5
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20 Nov 2014 20 Nov 2014 1 Comments  87660 Views
Here Mudassar Ahmed Khan has explained how to check (validate) File (Image) size before upload using JavaScript and jQuery.

HTML5 allows developers to access the file contents and details using JavaScript and jQuery and hence in browsers that support HTML5 one can easily determine the size of the File.
For browsers that don’t support HTML5 have to use jQuery Flash plugins like Uploadify.
18 Nov 2014 18 Nov 2014 0 Comments  15269 Views
Here Mudassar Ahmed Khan has explained how to draw a route between user’s current location and the specified location on Google Maps V3.

In day to day life in our mobile phones we make use of navigation, in similar way using the HTML5 GeoLocation feature we can determine the current location of the user and using the Google Maps Geocoding API we can determine the position coordinates i.e. Latitude and Longitude of an Address.

Thus now we can easily draw route between the two locations using the Google Maps Routing API.
04 Aug 2014 04 Aug 2014 1 Comments  43312 Views
Here Mudassar Ahmed Khan has explained with an example, how to use the HTML5 GeoLocation API in browsers that support HTML5 GeoLocation feature and determine the current location and display in Google Maps.
11 Jul 2014 11 Jul 2014 0 Comments  16650 Views
Here Mudassar Ahmed Khan has explained how to display preview of image locally without uploading to server using jQuery.
The local image preview without server upload is shown using the DXImageTransform filter CSS property and HTML5 FileReader API.
20 Jun 2014 20 Jun 2014 8 Comments  119979 Views
Here Mudassar Ahmed Khan has explained how to upload multiple files with ASP.Net 4.5 FileUpload control in Visual Studio 2012 and Visual Studio 2013.

With the invention of HTML5, the FileUpload control now supports selection of multiple files at once and all the selected files are uploaded together. For uploading multiple files from a FileUpload control you just need to set the AllowMultiple property to true.

The only catch is that this feature is only available in browsers supporting HTML5 i.e. Internet Explorer (IE10) or higher, Firefox and Chrome.
31 May 2014 31 May 2014 0 Comments  20440 Views
Here Mudassar Ahmed Khan has explained with an example, how to use the HTML5 GeoLocation API in browsers that support HTML5 GeoLocation feature and determine the current location i.e. Latitude and Longitude co-ordinates.

These Location coordinates i.e. Latitude and Longitude can be used to display the User’s current location in Google Maps in our website.
24 Feb 2014 24 Feb 2014 8 Comments  81156 Views
Here Mudassar Ahmed Khan has explained how to implement and populate animated HTML5 Canvas charts from database using jQuery AJAX in ASP.Net.

The HTML 5 Canvas charts have been implemented using Chart.js library. This article also covers procedure to display the animated HTML5 chart in browsers that do not support CSS3 like IE 8.
20 Apr 2013 17 Jun 2019 6 Comments  117936 Views
ASP.Net  GridView  CSS  HTML  HTML5  Div
Here Mudassar Ahmed Khan has explained with an example, how to create GridView with Rounded Corners using CSS in ASP.Net.

This article will illustrate how to make the GridView’s Corners rounded using an HTML DIV and the CSS3’s Rounded Corner CSS in ASP.Net.
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