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Embedding Javascript in Asp.Net

, 5 Jul 2011 CPOL
There is a fourth function.RegisterClientScriptResource(): Adds a reference to a JavaScript file that has been embedded into an assembly (DLL). Read more about that here: Managing Your JavaScript Library in ASP.NET.

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5 Jul 2011
Sunasara Imdadhusen
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This is going to do something much more interesting than merely render some HTML to the browser. This is going to inject Javascript and CSS into its containing page.

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