Wednesday, July 18, 2007

ASP.NET AJAX Resources, Samples, Articles, Tutorials and Toolkits

ASP.NET AJAX is a free framework for quickly creating a new generation of more efficient, more interactive and highly-personalized Web experiences that work across all the most popular browsers.
ASP.NET AJAX allows the developer to create web applications in ASP.NET 2.0 (and to a limited extent in other environments) which can update data on the web page without a complete reload of the page (a "round trip" to the server). The key technology which enables this functionality is the XMLHttpRequest object, along with Javascript and DHTML.

ASP.NET AJAX Introduction
ASP.NET AJAX Tutorials and Articles
ASP.NET AJAX Controls and Toolkits
  • AJAX Control Toolkit - is a joint project between the community and Microsoft. Built upon the ASP.NET 2.0 AJAX Extensions, the Toolkit aims to be the biggest and best collection of web-client components available.
  • Ajax Data Controls - The purpose of this project is to Develop data controls such as GridView, DataList, Repeater, DetailsView, FromView, ObjectDataSource on top of Microsoft Ajax Framework for Client Centric Development model.
  • Ajax Sprite Toolkit - is a collection of ASP.NET AJAX Controls and Behaviors that aid in the development of 2D sprite based games that run in a web browser.
  • ASP.NET AJAX Control Set (AjaxSet) - is a project to build AJAX control and extender library. Currently only the first one control is in package Validator Extender. More controls to come. If you want to contibute feel free to contact me.
  • GSAjaxControls - General & Specialized AJAX Controls built on top of the AJAX Control Toolkit and ASP.Net AJAX 1.0

ASP.NET AJAX Resources
ASP.NET AJAX Downloads
See Also;
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  3. SQL Injection Resources
  4. Prevent robots from submitting data
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  6. Programming Handbooks and Cheatsheets