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AJAX and .NET 2.0 platform

I’ve been without posting for a little time. Meanwhile I started (and finished) reading Daniel Woolston’s “Pro Ajax and the .net 2.0 platform” book.

In the end I’ve learned quite a lot about ASP .net 2.0, but most important, I was quite impressed with chapter 7 (well, not the chapter itself, but with the different set of libraries and frameworks for implementing AJAX in 2.0).

From all the different libraries, maybe, Michael Schwarz’s Ajax.NET is the most famous. But there are also Jason Diamond’s Anthem (I’ll be covering it on this post), Daniel Zeiss’s ComfortASP.NET, MagicAjax.NET and Microsoft’s Atlas (especially useful for those wanting to bring some of the Ajax’s magic to the former ASP websites (please note that I’m not calling them ASP applications). Continue reading ‘AJAX and .NET 2.0 platform’


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