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This is an article on how to use Rating control from AjaxControlToolkit and create CSS and images to display it as a gauge or thermometer. It is useful for those who need to show ratings in ASP.NET more graphically.
4 Jun 2007, 14:44:00   Source: AJAX ASP.NET Rating   Tags: Ajax

AJAX DataGrid

In the current sample of the project, I used the AJAX development approach to dynamically display and interact with the information presented. I decided to couple the JavaScript Grid and Web Service from my previous articles. This article shows how it's simple to use my JavaScript Grid along with AJAX on client side. Since the client and server code were done, all that I needed to do is to couple it into one application. It is pretty simple to introduce the Grid into a web application..
1 Jun 2007, 16:09:00   Source: AJAX DataGrid   Tags: Ajax

Using jQuery for AJAX in ASP.NET

Don't want to use the new Microsoft AJAX quite yet? There are other plenty of other good (and easy) alternatives! This article will demonstrate how to use a popular JavaScript library (jQuery) to add AJAX capabilities to your application with a minimal amount of code.
30 May 2007, 17:34:00   Source: Using jQuery for AJAX in ASP.NET   Tags: Ajax

Context-Sensitive Feedback with AJAX

When users of any computer application start a potentially lengthy operation, best practices dictate that the user interface should be updated to indicate that work is in progress and that results may not be available for a while. This is easy to accomplish in a desktop application, but it can be rather difficult in a Web scenario. In Web applications, displaying text such as "Please wait" just before an operation begins is easy, but if you want to provide some useful feedback, such as the estimated time to completion or the percentage of work finished, it’s a bit more difficult to accomplish. This is because most lengthy tasks in Web apps execute on the server, and there are no built-in mechanisms for pushing state information to the client.

In this month’s column, I build a server and client ASP.NET AJAX infrastructure to start and control a potentially lengthy server-side task.

21 May 2007, 19:00:00   Source: Context-Sensitive Feedback with AJAX   Tags: Ajax

Easiest way to implement ASP.NET Ajax into your applications

Asynchronous JavaScript and XML are now the needed for new generation websites. This article describes how to implement ASP.NET Ajax into applications.

AJAX Dirty-Panel

This is a Panel that automatically shows an alert if the user tries to leave the page before saving the data.
30 Apr 2007, 14:52:00   Source: AJAX Dirty-Panel   Tags: Ajax

AJAX Multi-Task Indicator

This is a custom webcontrol that shows the progress of long sequential tasks using AJAX to refresh the page
25 Apr 2007, 08:22:00   Source: AJAX Multi-Task Indicator   Tags: Ajax

The UpdateProgress Control of ASP.net Ajax Extension

One of the excellent features of ASP.net Ajax Extension 1.0 is the UpdatePanel control. The UpdatePanel control enable partial-page rendering in an ASP.NET Web page asynchronously. The contents of UpdatePanel control will automatically update when a postback event invoked. This control does work same as MagicAjax.net panel control. The UpdateProgress control is very useful when working with UpdatePanel control. With an UpdateProgress control, you can show the status during the partial-page rendering of an UpdatePanel.
11 Apr 2007, 20:50:00   Source: The UpdateProgress Control of ASP.net Ajax Extension   Tags: Ajax

A simple multi purpose Ajax WebControl for basic communication

With this Control you can register some servermethods and call them from clientside, submitting and returning string data.
30 Mar 2007, 18:34:00   Source: A simple multi purpose Ajax WebControl for basic...   Tags: Ajax

Inking in ASP.NET 2.0, AJAX, and IE7

In the past year, new technologies from Microsoft have changed how we can add ink to Web sites and the change is definitely for the better! One small property added to ASP.NET 2.0 server controls, OnClientClick, has had a big impact on simplifying the process of moving ink from the Web page to the Web server. The capability that OnClientClick provides, allowing developers to tie both a client-side event and a server-side event to one Click event, was actually achievable prior to ASP.NET 2.0 using control attributes, but it was more complex to set up and not very discoverable..
29 Mar 2007, 19:00:00   Source: Inking in ASP.NET 2.0, AJAX, and IE7   Tags: ASP.NET Ajax