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Posted 2 Aug 2009

Developing Widgets with ASP.NET, WCF, and jQuery

, 4 Aug 2009 CPOL
The article demonstrates how to use ASP.NET, jQuery, and WCF to develop widgets - portable chunks of code that can be embedded into other HTML pages.



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About the Author

Kirill Balandin
Team Leader Market Scan Information Systems, Inc.
United States United States
Kirill Balandin is a professional software developer, software architect and an accomplished leader of small teams of software developers. He lives in the Greater Los Angeles area, CA. He is an unofficial Microsoft technology evangelist.

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