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    JQuery and SQL Server?

    I am new to web development and was wondering if it's possible to use JQuery to add, update and delete rows from a SQL Server database? If so, can someone point to some documentation?

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    Re: JQuery and SQL Server?

    jQuery is a client-side technology, so no. You can use jQuery to pass data back to a web server and then save the data to the database from there. I've never used JavaScript server-side but I think something like Node.js is what you'd use if you didn't want to go with ASP.NET or the like.
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    Re: JQuery and SQL Server?

    That's what I was looking for!

    Thank you sir!
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    Re: JQuery and SQL Server?

    If you are going to use MS SQL why do you NOT want to use MS ASP.Net to communicate with the MS database product?

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    Re: JQuery and SQL Server?

    I'm just trying to see what other options are out there worth learning. ASP.Net is what I have been using thus far.
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    Re: JQuery and SQL Server?

    Honestly, I'd get out of the MS stack completely. Use something else besides SQL Server. That opens up a whole new world of possibilities. These last 6-7 weeks at my new job I've gone neck deep into Spring Boot, React, Redux, Semantic-UI, Postgres, Docker... and I'm having fun with it. Some of it was a little hard to wrap my head around initially, but once you get the basics down, the pieces just fall into place and it becomes really intuitive. Well, it did to me.

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    Re: JQuery and SQL Server?

    Thanks tech...that's kinda how I'm looking at it.
    Blake

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