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  • Bind Check Boxes to a Collection in MVC

    In my last two blog posts I showed you how to use the bootstrap ‘btn-group’ class to create check boxes that are a little nicer looking and easier to use on a mobile device. In addition I showed you how to bind check boxes to individual properties on an entity class. In this blog post you will learn how to create a set of check boxes from a collection of entity classes. You will also learn how to retrieve which check boxes were checked by the user and update the appropriate entity class in the collection with these values.

  • Bind Check Boxes in MVC

    After the last post on how to create check boxes that use the bootstrap “btn-group” to modify the look and feel of check boxes, I thought it would be good to show how to bind these check boxes using MVC. After all, you will most likely need to display check boxes based on data from a table.

  • Creating Checkboxes using Bootstrap and MVC

    The normal HTML check box just does not look good. Yes, bootstrap has a CSS class that will attempt to at least let it render consistently across browsers, but it still is just the default HTML look. In addition, trying to hit a check box on a mobile phone can sometimes be a little challenging.

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