In the fourth installment of Coding QA Federico and Matthew discuss âThe Good,â âThe Bad,â and âThe Uglyâ of the history of the ASP.NET QA Team. Discussion ranges from the dark ages, to the renaissance, to the industrial revolution, to the â21st and half centuryâ. Join them as ...
AJAX applications offer many benefits but one side-effect is the lost of user navigation using the browser's back/forward buttons. The ASP.NET 3.5 Extensions Preview extends ASP.NET AJAX with Browser history support in for ASP.NET AJAX applications.
AJAX applications offer many benefits but one side-effect is the lost of user navigation using the browser's back/forward buttons. The ASP.NET 3.5 Extensions Preview extends ASP.NET AJAX with Browser history support in for ASP.NET AJAX applications. This Screencast looks at the client-side suppor.
WebParts drag and drop in ASP.NET 2.0 has always been compatible with IE. However, only with the emergence of ASP.NET AJAX have you been able to enable WebParts drag and drop in other browsers. Here we look at how to enable your WebParts site for drag and drop in ASP.NET AJAX.
As well as being used directly in your page layout to identify aspects of your page that you want to enjoy partial page updates, UpdatePanels can also be rendered dynamically as part of templated controls such as the DataList, as Composite controls and in WebParts.
Whether you're building your first ASP.NET AJAX application or you want to take an existing ASP.NET application and add some AJAX functionality, this session will help you understand the fundamental components of an ASP.NET AJAX application.
ATLAS (or more correctly ASP.NET AJAX) is a framework from Microsoft to help you more easily build richer, interactive, personalised standards-based web applications that leverage AJAX design techniques. This session introduces the ASP.NET AJAX framework.
ASP.NET AJAX introduces the UpdatePanel, a new server control that makes it incredibly easy to enable partial page refreshes on your ASP.NET site. Avoid the need to do a postback and full page refresh by identifying areas of your application that could benefit from partial page updates and wrappi.