Category Archive for: ASP.NET AJAX

Using the AJAX Library

There is a great deal of functionality available in the AJAXLibrary that you can use to further enhance your Web applications. However, to do this you need at least a working knowledge of JavaScript. In this section, you see some of this functionality, although this is not an exhaustive tutorial. The basic principles behind the use…

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Adding ASP.NET AJAX Functionality

The first step in adding Ajax functionality to a Web site is to add a ScriptManager control to your Web pages. Next, you add server controls such as Updatepanel controls to enable partial-page rendering and dynamic controls such as those supplied in the AJAXControl Toolkit to add usability and glitz to your application. You may…

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ASP.NET AJAX-Enabled Web Site Configuration

Now thatyou have seen a simple ASP.NET AJAX-enabled Web application, you can examine itmore closelyto see how itworks. The firstthing to look atisthe Web. conf ig fileforthe application,in particularthe following two blocks of code in the <system.web> configuration sectionof <configuration>: The code in the <assemblies> configuration section in <compilation> ensures that the ASP.NET AJAX System. Web.…

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Using ASP.NET AJAX

Now that you have seen the component parts of ASP.NETAJAX,it is time to start looking at how to use them to enhance your Web sites. In this section, you see how Web applications that use ASP.NETAJAX work, and how to use the various aspects of functionality that ASP.NETAJAXincludes. You start by examining and dissecting a…

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Core Functionality

The core functionality of ASP.NET AJAX is divided into two parts, the AJAX Extensions and the AJAX Ubrary AJAX Extensions ASP.NET AJAX functionality is contained in two assemblies that are installed in the GAC: System.web.Extensions. dll – This assembly contains the ASP.NET AJAX functionality, including the AJAX Extensions and the AJAX Library JavaScript files, which…

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What Is ASP.NET AJAX?

ASP.NET AJAX is Microsoft’s implementation of the Ajax framework and is specifically targeted at ASP.NET developers. With the latest release o! ASP.NET, ASP.NET AJAX is part of the core ASP.NET functionality. It is also available for use with previous versions of ASP.NET from the Web site: http://csharpaid.com/. This Web site also has documentation, forums, and…

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What Is Ajax?

Ajax enables you to enhance the user interfaces of Web applications by means of asynchronous postbacks and dynamic client-side Web page manipulation. The term Ajax was invented by Jesse James Garrett and is shorthand’ for” Asynchronous JavaScript and XML.” Note that Ajax is not an acronym, which is why it is not capitalized as AJAX. However,…

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ASP.NET AJAX

Web application programming is subject to continuous change and improvement. In the previous two chapters, you learned how to use ASP.NET to create fully functional Web applications, and you may think that you have seen all the tools that you need to create your own Web applications. However, if you spend much time on the…

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