Rating:        Based on 4 ratings
Reviewed:  4 reviews
Downloads: 2449
Released: Aug 15, 2009
Updated: Aug 15, 2009 by taumeson
Dev status: Stable Help Icon

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Release Notes


Here is the latest official release of the mvcajax plugin and the MvcContrib Ajax Sorting/Paging demonstration project. This zipped demonstration project includes the mvcajax plugin, along with:
  • a sample sorting controller
  • the PageDropDown HtmlHelper extension
  • a scrollable grid w/ fixed header labels


  • jquery.mvcajax.js plugin file
  • Content/Images/ASC.gif
  • Content/Images/DESC.gif
  • Content/fixedtable.css
  • Content/site.css

  • all jquery.mvcajax.js.zip content
  • additional solution files, controllers, views, etc.
  • sample data in App_Data

Changed in this version:
  • Fixed issue Intermittent conflict with new application variables
    • Surely I know the difference between trailing and leading slashes by now. It helps to properly communicate that.
    • Added README.TXT to help with learning how to use the two new variables tucked inside jquery.mvcajax.js
  • Fixed (in 1.1) issue Only works on home page...
    • added the "imagedir" and "applicationname" configuration variables.
      • "imagedir" maintains the path (from root) of images used in the ajax UX i.e. "Content/Images/"
      • "applicationname" maintains the path (from root domain, i.e. window.location.host) of an application i.e. "MvcContribJQuery/"

Reviews for this release

works as promised. (Just need to update one line as the following: var applicationname = ""; )
by derekliang on Oct 9, 2012 at 12:58 AM
Does not work. Kept getting an error: "Data Failed to Sort: Not Found"
by kristan2345 on Jul 15, 2011 at 3:38 PM
Does not work. Kept getting an error: "Data Failed to Sort: Not Found"
by bennyb on Feb 24, 2011 at 2:39 PM
This should be a part of ASP.NET MVC!
by 62316e on Dec 20, 2009 at 2:40 AM