Reloading a Razor WebGrid after Ajax calls using a partial view

added by galratner
12/1/2011 8:08:34 PM

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f you are using Razor and MVC you probably make some use of the built in controls in System.Web.Helpers. WebGrid, located in the Helpers assembly, was created for WebMatrix’s Razor Web Pages and landed itself nicely to Razor views in MVC. WebGrid, much like ASP.NET’s ListView control, is designed to display a data driven HTML table on the screen. It has support for paging, sorting and column customization. In this article, we will be taking a quick look at loading a WebGrid with data, both as a part of a page and as a standalone AJAX call. AJAX calls can occur after a page load or sort change and as a part of the interaction of a user with the data on the grid. Let’s begin by making a view. The view will contain the body of the page rendered in the @RenderBody() section of the main layout. In our case the grid will reside in the index page and the index view will simply look like this:


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