AJAX – (created 12/12/12)
AJAX Forms and Database
- Ajax with jQuery, from Code Project
- Enhancing Your Site with AJAX, (Programming ASP.NET MVC 4), from OFPS O’Reilly
- Using AJAX to simply read from and write to a database
- ASP and AJAX, (slide overview)
- ASP.NET Ajax : Enhanced Interactivity and Responsiveness, from ASP.net
- AJAX for Beginners (Part 1) – Understanding ASP.NET AJAX Server Controls, from Code Project
- ASP.NET Ajax Toolkit and Tutorials
- Getting Data in and out of ASP.NET Applications using Ajax and jQuery – Part I by Dan Wahlin
- Many ways to communicate with your database using jQuery AJAX and ASP.NET
- Microsoft Ajax Overview
- Populate ASP.Net GridView by binding DataSet Client Side using jQuery AJAX, from ASP Snippets
- Syncing Offline Database(HTML5 IndexedDB) With Online Database using ASP.NET Web API
- Upload Files Asynchronously Using AJAX into SQL Server Database, from Microsoft
- Unobtrusive AJAX Form Validation in ASP.NET MVC
- Web Service in AJAX Using ASP.NET
- AJAX is a technique for creating fast and dynamic web pages.
- AJAX allows web pages to be updated asynchronously by exchanging small amounts of data with the server behind the scenes.
- This means that it is possible to update parts of a web page, without reloading the whole page.
- Interpreted and Loosely-Typed Code
- Mixes layout (HTML) and logic (scripting code)
- Limited Development and Debugging Tools
- No real state management
- Update files only when server is down
- Obscure Configuration Settings
- Separation of Code from HTML
- Support for compiled languages
- Use services provided by the .NET Framework
- Graphical Development Environment
- State management
- Update files while the server is running!
- XML-Based Configuration Files
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