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Asynchronous JavaScript and XML - It's Ajax and it's everywhere. Start at the ASP.NET Ajax site and work from there...there's a ton of resources at

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Asynchronous JavaScript and XML - It's Ajax and it's everywhere. Start at the ASP.NET Ajax site and work from there...there's a ton of resources at your disposal.

Videos -

There's an entire section at filled with over 60 AJAX Videos, including, but certainly not limited to these great beginner tutotrials:



    • This session deals some of the advanced topis in ASP.NET AJAX including web service call backs, predictive fetch patterns, paging pattern etc., and deals with some of the internals of ASP.NET AJAX including the Update Panel internals.
    • This session helps you understand how you can AJAX enable your existing ASP.NET 2.0 Applications. It details the various steps involved in getting your ASP.NET 2.0 Application AJAX enabled and provides tips and tricks on getting started quickly with ASP.NET AJAX.

Enjoy! Be sure to check out the sub-pages beneath this page!


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