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A new webserver for Ajax.NET

Today my domains are moved to a new server, more space, more ram, more power...! A new release of the Ajax.NET wrapper will be uploaded tomorrow morning.

Here are some new features:

  • Windows Mobile PC  (Pocket PC) support
  • configure which protocol will be used for the request (HTTP/HTTPS/Default)
  • J# demo

Also, I will add new examples on how to use Ajax.NET in your current projects.

9 Comments

  • Beej said

    Any chance you could throw together a Hashtable/Dictionary converter?
    Basically I'd just like to be able to simply return a generic name/value collection from my server side methods rather than defining a custom class for each set of return values.

  • scott e said

    Hey Michael,
    Sweet -- I am using 3.0.12 currently. I was thinking that DNN may be messing with the incoming request, but I can't see how that would happen, since there aren't any httphandlers that point to .ashx in the web.config... However, I wonder if the security setup would prevent access there. The IIS log files say that from the examples (wher it works), hitting that directory returns a 200 message, but from the other directory where DNN lives, hitting that directory returns a 302, and it ends up hitting the root of the virtual directory.

    I would be happy to play around with it as well, it's just that I can't debug it... If you feel like sending me the code, send it to scott AT eggertonline DOT com

    Thanks-
    se

  • Michael Schwarz said

    @Bob: Ajax.NET is something different to the Live Controls. Ajax.NET is a library that will help to return data to the client. The Live Controls are great, I had a look at the demo samples.

  • Trin said

    Ajax.NET works wonderful if code is in ASPX pages. I moved
    a real large dataset from server side to the client side and built a very large tree on the client side using JS very easily.

    However, I am not able to get the code working for ASCX controls. When i try to execute something like

    treeMainContent_ascx.ServerSide(CallBack_Function); It fails.

    I am not sure how to debug this or why it is happenning. Any help here or at evtv@hotmail.com would be great.

    Thanks once again to Micheal (and team ?) for creating this very useful library.

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