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We're on .NET Rocks! by davidbarkol

A while back, Garbin , Rama and myself did an interview with the .NET Rocks guys. We were given an opportunity to talk about ASP.NET AJAX and our upcoming book. Today, the recording has been released on the site which you can find here . Both Carl and...
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MIX07 Session: Extending the Browser Programming Model with Silverlight by davidbarkol

There have been a lot of great sessions here at MIX07 . To compliment those sessions, there has been some great blog coverage as well. A great post is this one from from Scott Hanselman, that puts things into context quite nicely. Today I attended a session...
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ASP.NET AJAX: Client-side event viewer by davidbarkol

Introduction Often times when an ASP.NET developer is first learning about the page lifecycle, he puts together a simple application that displays the raised events on the page. This widespread technique helps him understand the order in which the events...
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MSDN Webcast Recap: An Introduction to ASP.NET 2.0 Web Parts by davidbarkol

First, thank you to everyone who attended the webcast last week on ASP.NET 2.0 Web Parts. During the webcast there were some great questions and I had a fun time doing it. Below are the related links: On-Demand Webcast Slides Demo source code (Requires...
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Upcoming MSDN Webcast: An Introduction to ASP.NET 2.0 Web Parts by davidbarkol

This Friday, March 9th at 1pm Pacific time, I'll be presenting an MSDN webcast on Web Parts in ASP.NET 2.0. In addition to a general introduction on what Web Parts are and how developers can effectively use them to build portals, I'm hoping to...
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Ajax book: ASP.NET AJAX In Action by davidbarkol

Over the past few months I've had the pleasure of working closely with Alessandro 'Garbin' Gallo and Rama Krishna Vavilala on an Ajax book called ASP.NET AJAX In Action . Today, portions of the book become available through Mannings early...
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ASP.NET AJAX - Ajax Server Extensions sample by davidbarkol

In ASP.NET AJAX, the Ajax Server Extensions consists of a powerful set of server controls that simulate Ajax behavior on the client. In other words, these controls do not perform Ajax in its traditional sense (JavaScript calls to a server and dynamic...
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