Thom Robbins .NET Weblog

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  • Blog Post: Check out the Web Developer Learning Series

    Choose from more than 60 learning modules—organized by track—including Virtual Labs and both live and on-demand webcasts for PHP, JSP, and ColdFusion developers. Complete just two Virtual Labs and/or webcasts—including our webcasts featuring design tools—and receive a free Microsoft Web Development Kit...
  • Blog Post: ASP.NET Ajax V1 Beta

    Announcing the V 1 Beta! With ASP.NET AJAX , developers can quickly create pages with rich, responsive UI and more efficient client-server communication by simply adding a few server controls to their pages. This new Web development technology from Microsoft integrates cross-browser client script...
  • Blog Post: Boston .NET User Group Meeting

    The October meeting of the Boston .NET User Group this Wednesday 10/11 will feature Stuart Jones speaking on Building Web Applications with AJAX from 6:30-8:30 p.m. There will also be a .NET 101 session from 5-6 p.m. on data binding in ASP.NET 2.0 Check out the details on www.bostondotnet.org ...
  • Blog Post: A lap around Atlas Materials

    Thanks to everyone that attended today’s session. A Lap around Atlas ASP.NET "Atlas" is a framework for building next generation, cross-platform, browsing experiences. The session will show how easy it is to create highly responsive, client-centric AJAX-style Web applications using "Atlas...
  • Blog Post: Atlas How To – Using the Update Panel

    The UpdatePanel is one of the controls of Atlas that enables the adding of selective Atlas functionality to existing Web applications. For this example, we will start by building an ASP 2.0 application. With that application we then add the most common Ajax functionality to the page – the partial page...
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