ASP.NET SignalR: to build the real time voting app, then broadcast the live result as votes come in.
D3.js: For data visualization. (Creating Pie chart to show the result)
React.js: To update UI in a very efficient manner for real time changes.
If you are new to React.js, I strongly recommend to read following tutorial:
React.js: Introduction and Hello World with ASP.NET MVC 5
You can use HTML5 web storage, IndexedDB or File access API in your app to provide offline support. It allows user to work offline when the network isn’t available. An IndexedDB is a persistent data store in the browser means a database on the client side. It allows you to create app with rich query abilities in both offline and online mode. If you are beginner with IndexedDB, you should first read Using IndexedDB.
This post explains how to implement a simple CRUD (Create, Read, Update, and Delete) in jqGrid with ASP.NET MVC 4 Web API. If you are beginner to Web API, read this post to create a web API that supports CRUD operations. We will use GET, POST, PUT and DELETE HTTP methods for Select, Insert, Update and Delete operations respectively.
This post explains how you can display your featured posts using content slider to save page space and to attract visitors using jQuery and ASP.NET Web API. I am following this tutorial which explains how to implement with jQuery UI but it is static. We’ll dynamically generate content slider and give sliding effect for image caption.
In this article, you will see how to implement Lifehacker.com or Gizmodo.com style sidebar which scrolls independently on mouseover with mouse wheel. It’s really interesting to show important things in top of sidebar. When any user reads articles(might not focus on sidebar instantly), reaches end of article but there is no change in sidebar position. It’s good and a chance to make attention on sidebar, otherwise sidebar is also moving along with article and top section of sidebar is not focused.