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  • Blog Post: An excerpt from the Professional ASP.NET AJAX book

    Jim Minatel from Wrox has arranged for an excerpt from the book to be made available online. It's a section titled Enabling Intenret Explorer for Debuggng ASP.NET authored by Dan Wahlin. You can check it out at: http://www.wrox.com/WileyCDA/Section/id-305946.html
  • Blog Post: Wrox releases Professional ASP.NET AJAX title

    Well, I've been asked three times now why I haven't blogged about my book, so here it is. I worked with Dan Wahlin and Wrox to create a book about ASP.NET AJAX. The book covers the UpdatePanel, ScriptManager and other server controls, discusses how the Microsoft AJAX Library works and how you can more...
  • Blog Post: Validators update available

    The release on Windows Update that contains updates to enable the validator controls to work with the UpdatePanel has been delayed. However, you can download a HotFix that contains the changes. http://connect.microsoft.com/VisualStudio/Downloads/DownloadDetails.aspx?DownloadID=6106
  • Blog Post: ASP.NET AJAX Release Candidate

    The ASP.NET AJAX Release Candidate is available here . A major change between beta2 and the RC is the switch from the Microsoft.Web.* namespace to the System.Web.* namespace. It's a straightforward update to exisiting code and should simplify things going forward into the next release of the .NET Framework...
  • Blog Post: Using PageMethods to access Session data

    Here is one of the samples I was asked for at TechEd last week. How to access session state data from the browser. There are two C# methods in the page. One overrides the the OnLoad method and stores a value in session state for demonstration purposes. The other is a static method decorated with the...
  • Blog Post: Starting a Blog

    While I have been preparing for my TechEd Europe presentation next week, I have been asked several times for the blog address where I will post my slides. Starting a blog has been on my list of things to do for some time, so I guess this is the forcing function. I am a Development Manager on the UI Framework...
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