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Speed Test: A No-Code LINQ-Based ASP.NET 3.5 Page by Ken Cox [MVP]

How fast can you create a single-page, coding-free, AJAX-enhanced, Linq-driven Web application from scratch in VS 2008v2/VWD? Very fast, I'll bet. I've prepared these instructional steps. Your challenge is to follow them closely and report back how many...

Microsoft ASP.NET AJAX Hands-On Labs in English by Ken Cox [MVP]

A while back, Sascha Corti of Microsoft Switzerland put together a great half-day hands-on lab (HOL) that walks you through enhancing a typical e-commerce site with ASP.NET AJAX. He made the tutorial and code available for free on his Web site . The instructions...

Full Trust Strikes Again by Ken Cox [MVP]

It looks like deploying ASP.NET AJAX sites won't be as easy as we thought. Beta 1 of the ASP.NET AJAX Extensions now installs in the Web server's Global Assembly Cache (GAC). You can't just copy the DLLs into the bin folder anymore. Apparently...
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ASP.NET 2.0 AJAX Extensions Action by Ken Cox [MVP]

Just saw this comment from Scott Guthrie indicating we're in for some ASP.NET 2.0 AJAX Extensions goodies - perhaps next week: "We are hoping to have a major release next week with a lot of major updates and bug fixes (lots of good things coming...
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AJAX: A Hacker's Dream? by Ken Cox [MVP]

The warning flags are going up about the increasing use of AJAX in Web applications. It seems as though we're increasing the usability of our apps while dropping our guard on security issues. There's a great post by Dan Sellers on multiple potential...

VB Developers: Don't Miss the Atlas Wiki Sample by Ken Cox [MVP]

My preferred language is VB, so when I start a new project, that's the language my templates come from. It turns out that I've missed the boat on a great Atlas example because it's in a C# template (so far?). The ASP.NET 'Atlas' Wiki...

Atlas Release By the End of the Year by Ken Cox [MVP]

There's an interesting blog post by Alain , a member of the ASP.NET Atlas team . The highlights: Atlas is due to release before the end of the calendar year It'll be part of .NET Framework 3.5 (codename "Orcas") The technology will support...
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