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Since JavaScript is a loosely-typed language, type checking is not done for you automatically. If you are writing library-type functions (those that would be used by other developers), it is very useful to validate the parameters. Here is how MS AJAX does the parameter validation.
Since JavaScript has been supported by every major web browser for a long time now, every decent-sized web site uses some JavaScript. Now that ASP.NET AJAX is available, you might want to refactor and start adding some of the functionality available in these libraries. This article goes through the initial refactoring steps.
ASP.NET AJAX client side libraries provide a Sys.Browser class. This class along with objects like Sys.Browser.InternetExplorer can be used to detect the browser that the current page is running on. This article discusses the browser detection from the client side.
It would be very useful to have counter right next to the textbox and increase that number as the user is typing into that textbox. Based on the lengths of the string entered into the textbox we could change the background of the textbox (white, yellow, red). This can be done in JavaScript (on MS AJAX) with relatively a few lines of client-side code.
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.
This article looks at how Microsoft AJAX library adds (‘simulates’) the namespace functionality. Understanding this not only lets you create namespaces in your client-side JavaScript code, but also helps you debug the client-side code effectively.
A big chunk of the MS AJAX client side functionality is in the MicrosoftAjax.js source file. Understanding what’s in this file means understanding the primary concepts of MS AJAX. This article looks at the JavaScript source code available in the MicrosoftAjax.js file.
Microsoft has made MS AJAX open-source. That means, both the server-side and the client-side code is available on your computer when you install MS AJAX. This article looks at where to look for those files.
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