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Posted 15 May 2011

Managing Your JavaScript Library in ASP.NET

, 10 Nov 2011
Learn how to embed JavaScript into a DLL, manage dependencies, and avoid page bloat.

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  • Managing Your JavaScript Library in ASP.NET (if you work with ASP.net and you don't read that, you are dead to me).

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  • Wrote some articles and some tips.

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