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jQuery DataTables Server-Side Processing in ASP.NET Core 5 MVC Using Repository Pattern

jQuery DataTables Server-Side Processing in ASP.NET Core 5 MVC Using Repository Pattern

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In this .Net Core Project, you will find a full working site and all the code needed to implement the following :
1.CRUD operations using repository in an ASP.Net Core 5 MVC.
2.jQuery DataTables server-side processing.
3.Cascading dropdown on client side using javaScript and jQuery
4.Bootstrap toast’s

Why use repository pattern ?

Repository pattern decouples your application from persistence frameworks in this case .Net Core. So, in the future if you decide to switch to a different persistence framework you can do so with minimal impact on the rest of your application and minimizes duplicate query logic.

Why use DataTables Server-Side Processing ?

It’s always best to use a grid with server side processing for fast loading of grid list in application even with millions of data in a database table. If you are working with large databases, you might want to consider using the server-side options . With server-side processing enabled, all actions that DataTables performs such as paging, searching and ordering are handed off to a server where an SQL engine can perform these actions on the large data set . As such, each draw of the table will result in a new ajax request to get the required data.

Project includes cascading dropdown lists on client side using JavaScript and jQuery and toast’s alert with CRUD operations.

FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)
You can see FAQs below to get answere of some common questions.

What is included when i purchase ?
– A web application which you can upload on your server.
– All source code
– A database which you need to run on your server

What are the technical details required to host this application ?
– Microsoft Visual Studio
– Microsoft SQL Server

– You can get in touch if you have any query.

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