Posts Tagged ‘AJAX’

WCF Service using ASP.NET AJAX Library

More often, the data to shown in an AJAX page is retrieved from the Web server using a Web service, a Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) service. The services that can also return JavaScriptObjectNotation(JSON) are potential candidates for AJAX pages. This post explains about calling a WCF service using ASP.NET AJAX Library Data View control. The […]

Master-Detail Views using ASP.NET AJAX

Master-Detail Views are very common in data-driven Web pages. These views are used for rendering one-to-many relationships. ASP.NET Web forms provided the strong server controls like grids,lists and drop-down lists which supports the multiple levels of data. In Master-Detail View we normally navigate among master records and drill down into the details of the records […]

ASP.NET AJAX Library Beta in Visual Studio

Overview The ASP.NET AJAX Library is a JavaScript library which enables the developer to build highly interactive Ajax applications. Using ASP.NET Ajax client controls we can take the advantage of building database-driven web applications. This post explains how to add these controls to Visual Studio toolbox and explore the beta features. The ASP.NET AJAX Library […]

Data View Control in ASP.NET AJAX 4 Preview 4

Introduction The Data View Control in AJAX 4 has some cool features like it can be bind to any JavaScript object or array.It can also be bind to any ASP.NET AJAX Component. You can read the post to know about  ASP.NET AJAX 4.0 Preview 4 features. Providing Data to the Data View Control Data can […]

Ajax Principles

Introduction Ajax a new web application model which defines a new user experience to the end user. The following principles makes web application as a good Ajax application. Minimal traffic Ajax applications should send and receive a very little information to and from the web server. Ajax can minimize the traffic between server and client […]

AJAX History

Introduction This post explains the origins of Ajax, the technologies uses and where the term is originated.Traditional web model requires a full-page load every time new data or new application logic was accessed from the server. In new web 2.0 model only portion of the page is reloads and sends very small amount of data […]