Pro ASP.NET 3.5 Server Controls with AJAX Components

Pro ASP.NET 3.5 Server Controls with AJAX Components
Rob Cameron, Dale Michalk
28 Mar 2008
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Pro ASP.NET 3.5 Server Controls and AJAX Components is a reference for the serious ASP.NET developer who understands the benefits of object–oriented development and wants to apply those principles to ASP.NET 3.5, ASP.NET AJAX, and server control development. This book also covers SharePoint and targets the latest version of Visual Studio (2008) and the .NET Framework (3.5). Highlights include the following: Covers the new features in ASP.NET 3.5 and ASP.

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Microsoft's ASP.NET technology is a popular and enduring technology that can be expanded with custom server controls. Custom server controls allow programmers to add advanced features to their web sites by extending existing, well-known controls such as text boxes and buttons.

This book covers how to work with custom server controls and how to add AJAX functions into these applications with Microsoft's implementation of AJAX, ASP.NET AJAX (formerly Atlas). ASP.NET AJAX is the de facto standard for implementing Ajax in ASP.NET 2.0 applications, and every ASP.NET 2.0 developer has to bear it in mind when creating a cutting-edge application.

The intended reader is an experienced ASP.NET developer who wants to get the most out of server controls and add Ajax development to their suite of skills. No other book on server controls covers ASP.NET AJAX, so developers interested in this hot topic have to buy this book. Uniquely, it integrates client-side development technologies such as DHTML and JavaScript with server control technology, which is essential in a modern web application.

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