ASP.NET AJAX Client Libraries



In the first three chapters, you looked at the basics of ASP.NET AJAX and how you can use it to build web applications that provide slick, clean, high-performing UIs by restricting the need for full-page postbacks to the server and that use the intelligence of the browser on the client side. You also learned about the ASP.NET AJAX JavaScript extensions that bring about a great deal of object-oriented support to JavaScript, thereby allowing you to create classes, events, interfaces, and even the ability to implement inheritance in JavaScript. These additions bring JavaScript one step closer to the .NET programming model with which you’re already familiar. In this chapter, you’ll learn a bit more about the JavaScript extensions and the built-in types as well as explore the main components of the ASP.NET AJAX client library.


Base Class Object Extension Event Handler Array Extension Error Object 
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