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ASP.Net MVC4 Razor 2 C#.Net 4.5: How will I create metro style web application?

Hi,

      My manager is asking me that I need to create a web application with metro style display using Visual Studio 2012, MVC4 C#.Net 4.5 Razor Page 2 and MS SQL 2008 R2.

     The project contains 10 pages and contents are NOT static. The contents need to load from database.

     All pages contains NEXT and PREVIOUS buttons only.

    The requirement given by my manager is,

            If the end user clicks on the NEXT button, the next new page need to come from RIGHT to LEFT with processing.... (loading ...) image. Simillarly if the end user clicks on the RIGHT button, the previous page need to come from LEFT to RIGHT with processing ... (loading ...) image.

            The end user need to view the processing .... images but at the same time some ajax calls need to fill the page contents. Once the page is ready, processing image need to hide.

            The end user never feels the page submission (i.e.) white screen (flickering). If the end user clicks on the buttons, the very next milliseconds, the processing ... image need to come from the corresponding direction. (Note:- This is a very big challenge to me).

            We need to give option to the end-user to select the THEME as per own wish. Theme in the sense of backgroud color only changes but page comming direction should not change.

Please give me some very simple code example. I will easily pickup from that...

Note:- User should not feel the page submission and page loading time should be covered by processing ... image.
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binaryevoCommented:
Sounds like you have quite a task ahead of you.  I think the technologies that you will be using MVC4 is right however, your going to need to use some other things aswell such as jquery.  With that being said, this sounds like you need a css / javascript guru to formulate the sytles for the tiles and screens.  The programming should be pretty straightforward if I understand the requirements correctly.  Ive provided some resources below ( and please dont get offended as I have no idea of your programming background ) that I hope help:

http://www.w3schools.com/html/html5_intro.asp
http://www.w3schools.com/css/
http://www.hongkiat.com/blog/48-excellent-html5-demos/
http://www.microsoft.com/web/post/using-aspnet-razor-syntax-with-html5-and-jquery
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chrisdtrinityphysiciansAuthor Commented:
Hi binaryevo,

    Thanks for your response and I am liking the URL: http://www.microsoft.com/web/post/using-aspnet-razor-syntax-with-html5-and-jquery . I am believing that this URL will resolve all of needs.

 Two small corrections made: Now I am using (1) Visual Studio 2010 & (2) .Net Framework 4 (MVC 4).


I have one more question please:

Please see the URL: http://droptiles.com/Default.aspx

Here please refer the tiles BBC World news and Weather Forecast only.

These 2 tiles values are changing (refreshing) on a regular interval.

My question is I can get the new value by using jQuery & Ajax. But how will I get that rolling style look and feel. Which jQuery file I need to inclue? Which function I need to use? Please
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EddieShipmanCommented:
OK, from looking at the source code, it uses a combination of Backbone, Knockout and Underscore Javascript libraries as well as some of the Twitter Bootstrap Javascript library.
It apparently binds the data to the element and uses a foreach to loop through them. It updates the data using the proxy.
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