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Paystack In Asp.Net MVC

Introduction
Happy new year folks. I hope you all enjoyed your holidays.  Let me enlighten you with some new year codes 😊.

Remember my post on how to implement a payment gateway on Paystack with Node js? today, you would see it in action in Asp.Net.

I am not going to build a customer subscription app like I did in the previous one, rather I would provide explicit codes that can be used to implement payment on any mobile apps, web apps, and any platform indeed. It is a simple code and can be easily integrated into your projects.

To know more about Paystack infrastructure, visit the developer's section on their website. They have already written some libraries on vast programming languages like Python, Java, Node js and so on...

If you have problems working with the code or implementing it on your project, drop your comments and you might receive an email from me or if your company is looking forward to incorporating a payment solution, you can contact me.
Diving to the code
Step 1

Building a searchbox in jquery and asp.net MVC

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Introduction
Hello folks, i was trying to implement a search functionality in one of my projects, and i came across different implementations but finally i came up with something useful.

In this tutorial, i use a jquery pulgin with an Asp.net MVC controller method that returns a JSON object.

This is the result you would get after completion:

The CSS, JavaScript and HTML Code

<html> <head> <link href="http://easyautocomplete.com/dist/easy-autocomplete.min.css" rel="stylesheet"> <link href="http://easyautocomplete.com/dist/easy-autocomplete.themes.min.css" rel="stylesheet"> <script src="http://easyautocomplete.com/javascripts/jquery-1.11.2.min.js"></script> <script src="http://easyautocomplete.com/dist/jquery.easy-autocomplete.min.js"></script> </head> <body>
<div class="tbnav"> <table class="search"> <tr> <td class="searchcat"…