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Creating your first ASP.NET AJAX 1.0 Application

, 5 Feb 2007 CPOL 79.5K 62
This shows how to AJAX-enable an existing ASP.NET web page by using Microsoft’s ASP.NET AJAX Extensions. The UpdatePanel control provided by the framework makes it really easy to start with AJAX programming by defining the areas of the page you want to update independently without a full page reload

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Michael O'Brien lives in Dublin, Ireland where he works for InnerWorkings. He currently concentrates on the software that allows InnerWorkings Developer to check code solutions submitted to the InnerWorkings code judging engine. When he's not knee-deep in System.Reflection, he likes to play with ASP.NET and a little bit of Ruby.

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