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Posted 17 Aug 2007

How to call a Web Service from client-side JavaScript using ASP.NET AJAX

, 9 Sep 2007
The ASP.NET AJAX framework provides us with an easy and elegant way to consume Web Services. This article concentrates on the basics of client-side JavaScript calls made to Web Services.


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Software Developer (Senior) Kraftvaerk a/s
Denmark Denmark
I graduated from Saint Petersburg Electrotechnical University, Russia in 1997 with specialty in Microelectronics.

I always had a grate deal of interest for programming. Through years of working first as a software developer in cowex a/s - Industrial Automation company and later as a Senior Consultant in Kraftavaerk a/s I achieved a lot of experiences with Delphi, VB, JavaScript and SQL.

Since 2006, I started paying more attention to .Net technologies and especially C# programming language.

More information about me and my projects is available at my .Net programming web site

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