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To know if the ajax request is successful, ajaxSuccess() method can be used.

Technology covered: jQuery-Ajax 
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To perform certain operations when ajax request is about to send, ajaxSend() method can be used.

Technology covered: jQuery-Ajax 
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While working with ajax, how to show “loading …” or “Please wait …” type of message? To register a handler to be called when first ajax request begins, ajaxStart() method can be used. This can be used to show the loading… or wait …. Messages.

Technology covered: jQuery-Ajax 
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To serialize (URL Encoded notation) the html form element data that can be sent to the server, serialize() method can be used.

Technology covered: jQuery-Ajax 
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To load a page data from server into a particular page element, load() method can be used. An optional callback method can also be specified to catch the returned data.

Technology covered: jQuery-Ajax 
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In this video, we shall cover following How to's How to specify the Tooltip for the ASP.NET Server controls? How to specify a default button on the page so that when user hits the Enter key that button gets clicked? How to apply CSS style from the sever side to the asp:Button control? How to fire a server side event on click of the Link? How to post the page to another page on click of the Link? How to fire client JavaScript function on click of the asp:LinkButton?

Technology covered: ASP.NET 
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To send request to and get response from the server using HTTP Get and HTTP post, we can use post() and get() methods respectively. In this way also browser post back doesn?t happen.

Technology covered: jQuery-Ajax 
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To send asynchronous HTTP request to the server and get response (Sending request to the server and getting response without browser postback/refresh), ajax method can be used.

Technology covered: jQuery-Ajax 
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To switch off and on the animation effect for the entire page, jQuery.fx.off can be used. This disables all animations globally and set the elements to its final state directly.

Technology covered: jQuery-Effects 
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To remove the currently executing item from the queue and start executing subsequent item dequeue() method can be used. Please note that this must be called inside the queue.

Technology covered: jQuery-Effects 
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To get the number of items to be executed on a particular element, queue() method can be used.

Technology covered: jQuery-Effects 
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To delay the execution of the subsequent method, delay() method can be used. It accepts number of milliseconds as parameter.

Technology covered: jQuery-Effects 
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To adjust the opacity of the html element, fadeTo() method can be used.

Technology covered: jQuery-Effects 
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To hide a displaying html element, fadeout() method can be used. This makes the element transparent.

Technology covered: jQuery-Effects 
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To display a hidden html element using fade in effect, fadeIn() method can be used.

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