From the Back Cover
- Work with components, behaviors, and controls, and learn how they relate to DOM elements
- Learn Sys.Application and the part it plays in object creation, initialization, and events in the Microsoft AJAX Library
- Build Extender and Script controls that provide integrated script generation for their corresponding client-side counterparts
- Localize ASP.NET AJAX controls including client script
- Discover ASP.NET AJAX client and server communication architecture and the new support for Windows Communication Foundation (WCF)
- Understand ASP.NET AJAX Application Services
- Create custom Application Services
- Design controls for a partial postback environment
- Understand the AJAX Control Toolkit architecture and the many features it provides
- Develop highly interactive controls using the AJAX Control Toolkit
- Understand AJAX Control Toolkit architecture and build controls that utilize the toolkit
About the Author
Adam Calderon is a C# MVP and the Application Development Practice Lead at InterKnowlogy. He is an accomplished software developer, author, teacher, and speaker with more than 14 years of experience designing and developing solutions on the Microsoft platform. His involvement with ASP.NET AJAX began in late 2005 with his participation in the ASP.NET ATLAS First Access program and later as a member of the UI Server Frameworks Advisory Council. Adam was one of the fortunate few who were able to work on a production application that utilized ASP.NET AJAX in its alpha form and experienced firsthand the trials and tribulations of working in “beta land” on this exciting technology. Visit Adam's blog at http://blogs.interknowlogy.com/adamcalderon.
Joel Rumerman is a Senior .NET Developer at the CoStar Group, where he develops ASP.NET applications to support the company’s commercial real estate information business. He is an adept software developer with more than eight years of experience developing .NET applications and is active in the San Diego .NET community as an author and speaker. Joel has been working with ASP.NET AJAX since late 2005 when he started work on a large-scale application for a worldwide independent software vendor. This initial entry into the ASP.NET AJAX world provided him invaluable experience as he worked closely with Microsoft as a member of the ATLAS First Access program and participated in a Strategic Design Review of the technology. Joel has gone on to implement many more solutions using ASP.NET AJAX, including a Virtual Earth mash-up that maps commercial real estate properties. Visit Joel's blog at http://seejoelprogram.wordpress.com.