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eBook ASP.NET 3.5 AJAX Unleashed ePub

by Robert Foster

eBook ASP.NET 3.5 AJAX Unleashed ePub
Author: Robert Foster
Language: English
ISBN: 0672329735
ISBN13: 978-0672329739
Publisher: Sams Publishing; 1 edition (December 14, 2008)
Pages: 264
Category: Networking & Cloud Computing
Subcategory: Computers
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 598
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ePub file: 1153 kb
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NET . AJAX Unleashed empowers AS. ET developers to easily provide this type of experience with minimal code. Rob Foster is an enterprise architect and MOSS MVP in Nashville, Tennessee.

NET . Author Rob Foster has built AJAX-enabled web applications for a number of major corporations and uses the experience he has gained there to explain concisely, clearly, and completely what AS. ET developers need to learn to start taking advantage of the rich opportunities made possible by AS. ET AJAX. He began writing code at the age of 10 when he purchased his first computer, a Tandy TRS-80 Color Computer 2, with money he received for his birthday. ET developers to easily provide this type of experience with minimal code

NET . Use the ScriptManager and ScriptManagerProxy controls in your AS. ET AJAX-enabled applications.

As the Internet user experience (UX) progresses, more users are demanding and expecting their custom-built business applications to provide the same UX that they see on the Internet every day. AS. ET . Author Rob Foster has built AJAX-enabled web applications for a number of major corporations and uses the experience he has gained there to explain concisely.

It explains Microsoft LINQ to SQL in detail. With its coverage of AS. ET AJAX, this book shows you how to take advantage of Microsoft’s server-side AJAX framework to retrofit existing AS. ET applications with AJAX functionality. It also demonstrates how to use Microsoft’s client-side AJAX framework to build the web applications of the future: pure client-side AJAX applications. ET developers to easily provide this type of experience with minim. Tell us if something is incorrect. Learn AS. ET AJAX by working with real-world examples.

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As the Internet user experience (UX) progresses, more users are demanding and expecting their custom-built business applications to provide the same UX that they see on the Internet every day. ASP.NET 3.5 AJAX Unleashed empowers ASP.NET developers to easily provide this type of experience with minimal code. Author Rob Foster has built AJAX-enabled web applications for a number of major corporations and uses the experience he has gained there to explain concisely, clearly, and completely what ASP.NET developers need to learn to start taking advantage of the rich opportunities made possible by ASP.NET AJAX.

Learn ASP.NET AJAX by working with real-world examples Use the ScriptManager and ScriptManagerProxy controls in your ASP.NET AJAX-enabled applications Leverage the ASP.NET AJAX client-side API to maximize the flexibility of ASP.NET AJAX Build applications that use the UpdatePanel and Timer controls Use the ASP.NET AJAX Control Toolkit to provide rich AJAX functionality to your web applications Build ASP.NET AJAX-enabled extender controls Integrate ASP.NET AJAX and .NET 3.5 with Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 Create ASP.NET AJAX-enabled Windows Vista Gadgets Learn advanced AJAX concepts such as JavaScript Object Notation (JSON) and WCF Web services

Introduction 1

Part I Introduction

Chapter 1 Introduction to AJAX Technologies 5

AJAX and Web 2.0 6

Why Use AJAX? 7

AJAX Rationale 7

AJAX: An Example 8

The XMLHttpRequest Object 8

A Simple AJAX Library 10

Using the AJAX Library 14

Summary 20

Chapter 2 Introduction to ASP.NET AJAX 21

Introducing the Visual Studio Controls 22

ScriptManager 22

ScriptManagerProxy 23

Timer 23

UpdatePanel 23

UpdateProgress 23

Introducing the Visual Studio Projects and Web Site Items 24

Projects 24

Web Site Items 25

Introducing the AJAX Control Toolkit 26

Summary 27

Part II Working with ASP.NET 3.5 AJAX

Chapter 3 The ScriptManager and ScriptManagerProxy Controls 31

About the ScriptManager Control. 31

ScriptManager Properties, Methods, and Events 34

JavaScript Proxy Classes for Web Services 37

Partial-Page Rendering 43

Summary 47

Chapter 4 The ASP.NET AJAX Client API 49

The Namespaces 49

Global 49

Sys 52

Sys.Net 53

Sys.Serialization 54

Sys.Services 62

Sys.UI 66

Sys.WebForms 68

Summary 71

Chapter 5 The UpdatePanel and Timer Controls 73

About the UpdatePanel Control 73

Using the UpdatePanel Control 74

Advanced Features of the UpdatePanel Control 78

Triggers 78

Multiple UpdatePanel Controls on a Single Page 81

The Timer Control 89

Using the Timer Control with Partial-Page Rendering 90

Summary 92

Chapter 6 Advanced Techniques with the ASP.NET AJAX PageRequestManager Object 93

Using the PageRequestManager Object 93

A Practical Example of the PageRequestManager Object 95

Summary 100

Chapter 7 Using the ASP.NET AJAX Control Toolkit 101

ASP.NET AJAX Control Toolkit: The Controls 102

Using Controls in the ASP.NET AJAX Control Toolkit 105

Configuring Visual Studio to Use the Toolkit 105

The Accordion and AccordionPane Controls 106

The CalendarExtender Control 110

The CollapsiblePanelExtender Control 112

The ConfirmButtonExtender Control 118

The DragPanelExtender Control 120

The DropDownExtender Control 122

The FilteredTextBoxExtender Control 125

The HoverMenuExtender Control 127

The TextBoxWatermarkExtender Control 130

ASP.NET AJAX Control Toolkit: A Practical Example 134

Using the ASP.NET AJAX Control Toolkit with Microsoft Expression Web 145

Configuring Expression Web for the ASP.NET AJAX

Control Toolkit 145

Summary 150

Chapter 8 Building an ASP.NET AJAX Extender Control 151

Add ASP.NET Controls 151

How to Build an Extender Control 154

Server-Side Code 156

Client-Side Code 159

Summary 163

Chapter 9 ASP.NET AJAX and SharePoint 2007 165

SharePoint and AJAX 165

Modifying Web.Config 166

Developing an AJAX-Based SharePoint Web Part 171

Summary 177

Chapter 10 Creating ASP.NET AJAX-Enabled Vista Sidebar Gadgets 179

Vista Sidebar Gadgets 179

Creating the Gadget 181

Create the Web Service 181

Generate the JavaScript Proxy 183

Create the Vista Gadget 186

Test the Gadget 187

Summary 188

Part III Appendices

Appendix A Microsoft Expression Web 191

An Introduction to the Expression Web Interface 191

Creating Web Pages and Web Sites 191

Customizable Interface 194

Creating Standards-Based Web Sites&nb...

Steel_Blade
For my purposes as a dotnet (C# ASPX) programmer, this was very disappointing. Maybe useful for very advanced programmers but not useful for beginners or intermediate coders. The coverage of dotnet issues is absolutely minimal. He does not even bother to cover cascadingdropdowns, which are useful in many applications. Very little useful coverage of database hookups and almost nothing about SQL Server or dataobjects. And why is Sharepoint covered here? I think he ran out of steam.

As far as the other reviews, I find it difficult to believe any of them actually used this book as a coding reference, a tutorial, or a guide. Compare this book to Walther's ASP.NET 3.5 Unleased, which is absolutely crammed full of sample code and detailed hints, tips, and explanations. AJAX is vital stuff, so please, will someone write a complete guide to AJAX in the dotnet world? Please!
digytal soul
This book is a great material for someone who is trying to learn about AJAX using Microsoft libraries. It also has a nice coverage of client-side Sys libraries and it can really help you understand Ajax technology in a better way.
Vivaral
this book is what I was looking for, even though I have experience with Ajax toolkit, it is refreshing to see how things works
Nikok
I admittedly haven't spent a ton of time with AJAX. Rob does a great job of introducing AJAX to someone who doesn't have a lot of experience with it in a very easy to consume way. Using this resource I was able to quickly AJAX-ify one of my SharePoint Web Parts in under 30m that contained a lot of complexity. This is a fantastic learning tool and ongoing resource!
WtePSeLNaGAyko
I didn't fully understand Ajax until I read this book. This book helped me to fully understand the concepts and now my project is well under way! Thank Rob!
Water
This book is not for people who have no experience with ASP.NET. Rather, if you are a seasoned pro at building Postback-style ASP.NET applications but you want to make your apps more interactive, more responsive, and overall bring them up to par with the rest of the web - this is the book for you.

This book provides clear, concise explanations for what Ajax is and how it is implemented and made available for developers within ASP.NET 3.5. When you're done reading this book you will be able to do more than just make some pieces of your page refresh without postback, you'll be able to fully consume JSON services, dynamically re-render pieces of your page on the fly, implement client-side paging, querying, updating - and much more.

The bottom line is if you build commercial-quality ASP.NET applications and you want them to be clean, crisp, highly responsive, and up-to-date, you need this book.
Gavirim
It gives what Ajax can do for me. However if I decide to open Visual studio and make use of some controls then I have a hard time to do so. I was interested in the topic to Ajaxify SharePoint however the codeplex project ajaxify sharepoint solved all my questions and hence I ended up skipping this chapter.

I found it to be a great Ajax review book but not useful from a developer point of view
I read this because the ASP.NET 3.5 MCTS Training Kit will not be released until April, and I want to take the test before then.

I found the examples to be rather difficult to repeat, as information was often left out that would be necessary to get them to work properly.
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