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Microsoft AJAX Library Essentials: Client-side ASP.NET AJAX 1.0 Explained
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This book features eight chapters. Each chapter holds a wealth of information. The book as a whole is essential to the understanding of the new Microsoft Ajax Library, it provides a detail look into how each aspect works, how each application or tool can be used, and how the reader can use each to their full advantage. The authors provide a greater understanding of what was once a closed topic, understood only by those who spent year dabbling in it.
Microsoft Ajax Library Essentials is a book designed to serve as a practical tutorial to enhance a user's experience of the ASP.NET web applications with the latest release of the Microsoft Ajax Library. It serves to teach practical development strategies and techniques. The first chapter covers topics such as Ajax and its relationship with Web 2.0, HTTP and HTML, Server Side Technologies, Client Side technologies, What makes Ajax, Uses and Misuses, an introduction to ASP.NET, resources and tools, installing IIS, installing visual web developers, and a section on how to quick start Ajax.Read more ›
Typically when you start learning ASP.NET Ajax all of the material centers around UpdatePanels and leaves out anything to do with the client-side scripts. This book will make you realize how much functionality you are missing by only using UpdatePanels.