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With an AJAX Server control, some additional JavaScript is generated behind the scenes (in addition to the JS you write). This article looks at this generated JavaScript when an AJAX Server Control is used.
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This article talks about using an AJAX Server Control from a web site. Registering the control and adding a ScriptManager are also discussed.
This test has questions about using an AJAX Server Control from a web site. Registering the control and adding a ScriptManager are also included.
This is a test on the various pieces of the code generated for an AJAX Server Control. This includes the class ScriptControl and the over-ridden methods GetScriptDescriptors() and GetScriptReferences().
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This article explains the various pieces of the code generated for beginning an AJAX Server Control. The class ScriptControl and the over-ridden methods GetScriptDescriptors() and GetScriptReferences() are explained, among others.
Google Suggest style autocomplete feature is readily available from the AutoCompleteExtender control from the AJAX Toolkit. This article shows how to use control with the data obtained from database.
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This article looks at how a control written with MS AJAX gets initialized on the client side. Discusses the JavaScript methods from the client-side library that get called in the initialization of the control. The example used here is the creation of an instance an autocompleteextender control.
AJAX Control Toolkit contains a cascading dropdown control, where the results shown in the child dropdown depend on the parent dropdown. There is a way to AJAX-ify existing cascading dropdowns without using the AJAX Control Toolkit.
In a lot of situations, web sites have already been created with extensive functionality using ASP.NET 2.0. Now you want to add Microsoft AJAX selectively to parts of certain pages. The Partial Page Rendering using the Update Panel is the first place you start for this situation.
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