ASP.NET Ajax Programmer's Reference W/ASP.NET 2.0 Or ASP.NET 3.5
- Ajax is one of the hottest changes in Web development methods in years; Microsoft's ASP.NET 2.0 AJAX (formerly known as "Atlas") provides Ajax add-ins for ASP.NET developers, and this comprehensive Wrox reference offers coverage of all the ASP.NET 2.0 AJAX pieces
- ASP.NET developers will learn to add Ajax techniques into the ASP.NET applications by prebuilding some of the underlying components and using a standardized tool-set
Shahram is the author of the following four books: Professional ASP.NET 3.5 and .NET 3.5 Programming (ASP.NET Internals plus ASP.NET AJAX, IIS 7.0, Enterprise Library Application Blocks, Windows Workflow Foundation, and Windows Communication Foundation), ASP.NET AJAX Programmer’s Reference with ASP.NET 2.0 or ASP.NET 3.5 , Professional IIS7 and ASP.NET Integrated Programming , and Professional ASP.NET Server Control and Component Development . He has written articles on the ASP.NET, ADO.NET, .NET, and XML technologies for the industry’s leading magazines, such as Dr. Dobb’s Journal , asp.netPRO magazine, and Microsoft MSDN Online .
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: AJAX Technologies.
Chapter 3: Built-In and Custom Exception Types.
Chapter 5: Event Programming Extensions.
Chapter 6: DOM Extensions.
Chapter 7: Component Development Infrastructure.
Chapter 8: Developing Client Controls.
Chapter 9: Event Bubbling and Button Client Control.
Chapter 10: Type Description Extensions.
Chapter 11: Data Classes.
Chapter 12: Client-Server Communications.
Chapter 13: Consuming Web Services Via Soap Messages.
Chapter 14: Consuming Web Services Via JSON Messages.
Chapter 15: Proxy Classes.
Chapter 16: Behaviors.
Chapter 17: Script and Extender Server Controls.
Chapter 18: Web Services Bridges and Transformers.
Chapter 19: UpdatePanel and ScriptManager.
Chapter 20: Using UpdatePanel in User Controls and Custom Controls.
Chapter 21: Page Life Cycle and Asynchronous Partial Page Rendering.
Chapter 22: ASP.NET AJAX Client-Side PageRequestManager.
Chapter 23: Asynchronous Partial Page Rendering: Server Side Processing.
Chapter 24: Asynchronous Partial Page Rendering: Client-Side Processing.
Appendix A: XML Script.
Appendix B: Binding.
Appendix C: Actions.
Appendix D: Data Control.
Appendix E: Templated Controls.
Appendix F: ListView.
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