2.ASP.NET Ajax in Action
2.ASP.NET Ajax in Action
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EBook Description: Ajax has revolutionized the way users interact with web pages today. Gone are frustrating page refreshes, lost scroll positions and intermittent interaction with a web site. Instead, we have a new generation of fast, rich, and more intuitive web applications. The ASP.NET AJAX framework puts the power of Ajax into the hands of web developers.
ASP.NET AJAX, formerly called Atlas, is a new free framework from Microsoft designed to easily add Ajax features to ASP.NET applications. With this technology, ASP.NET developers can easily build more interactive and highly personalized web applications that work across all most popular browsers.ASP.NET AJAX in Action is a fast paced, example rich tutorial designed for ASP.NET web developers and written by ASP.NET AJAX experts Alessandro Garbin Gallo, David Barkol, and Rama Krishna Vavilala. This book introduces you to Ajaxapplications and to the ASP.NET AJAX technology. Beginners will appreciate the clear explanations of key ideas and terminology. Intermediate and advanced ASP.NET developers will find a no nonsense learning source and well organized reference.
ASP.NET AJAX in Action offers a rich set of examples and meticulous explanations. The extensive code samples are accompanied by accurate and rigorous explanations of the concepts behind development with ASP.NET AJAX. In this book, you will discover how to use Microsoft Ajax Library Partial rendering with UpdatePanels Advanced client and server techniques Ajax Control Toolkit
If you are a web developer looking to bring your web pages to life and to enhance the user experience, this book is for you.
ASP.NET AJAX in Action will give you with the knowledge and tools youneed to more easily craft the next generation of Ajax applications. With the help of the Microsoft ASP.NET AJAX framework, Ajax development has never been easier and more instinctive for both client script developers and ASP.NET developers alike.
About the Author
Alessandro Gallo is a Microsoft MVP in the Visual ASP/ASP.NET category and has been an active contributor for the Ajax Control Toolkit project. As a .NET developer/consultant with a primary focus on ASP.NET application design and development, Alessandro has been developing with ASP.NET AJAX since the very first CTP. Notably, he won the Grand Prize at the Mash it up with ASP.NET AJAX contest held by Microsoft in 2006.
David Barkol is a Principal Consultant for Neudesic, one of Microsofts leading .NET professional services firms and a Gold Certified Partner. At Neudesic David specializes in providing custom .NET solutions that leverage technologies such as ASP.NET, Web Services, Windows Forms, SQL Server, and C. He is an MCSD in .NET and a member of the Microsoft ASP.NET Advisory Council. David resides in tropical La Palma, CA.
Rama Krishna Vavilala is a senior software developer/architect at 3C Software, a leading supplier of Cost Management Solutions. He has designed and developed three different versions of Impact:ECS(tm) (3C Softwares product suite). Currently, he is designing an Ajax based web application using ASP.NET AJAX. This application will be a part of the Impact:ECS(tm) suite. He is a regular contributor at The Code Project and has contributed around 20 articles on wide ranging subjects.
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