ASP.NET programmers are familiar with the rich server-sideprogramming in the ASP.NET/.NET Framework. ASP.NET AJAX adds manysimilar client-side features giving ASP.NET developers afeature-rich client-side framework for the first time. This bookexplains how ASP.NET AJAX simulates many of the rich programmingfeatures of the ASP.NET/.NET Framework on the client side. Packedwith extensive real-world examples, in-depth descriptions, and codewalkthroughs—all tested with both ASP.NET 2.0 and ASP.NET3.5—this book provides thorough coverage of both the ASP.NETAJAX client-side and server-side frameworks. You'll learn how theseframeworks harmonize to meetyour AJAX-enabled application needs.This hands-on approach gives you the skills and knowledge you needto develop real ASP.NET AJAX applications.
What you will learn from this book
How to write ASP.NET AJAX code that works with both ASP.NET 2.0and ASP.NET 3.5
Techniques for event programming and event bubbling
Ways to develop client components, controls, and behaviors
Networking programming and Web services bridges andtransformers
How to develop script and extender server controls
Internals of asynchronous partial page rendering and triggersand using UpdatePanel in user controls and custom controls
Techniques for extending xml-script parsing
ListView internals and how to develop data controls, templates,templated controls, and templated data controls
Who this book is for
This book is for ASP.NET developers who are looking to add AJAXto their repertoire.
Wrox Programmer's References are designed to give theexperienced developer straight facts on a new technology, withouthype or unnecessary explanations. They deliver hard informationwith plenty of practical examples to help you apply new tools toyour development projects today.