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Foundations of Atlas: Rapid Ajax Development with ASP.Net 2.0

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Ajax technologies have enjoyed a meteoric rise in profile and popularity over the last few months. Ajax is a new way of combining and using a number of Web technologies that have been invented and standardized over the last few years. It includes JavaScript, dynamic HTML and a feature known as XmlHttp which reduces the need for client browsers to constantly reconnect to the Server every time new information is downloaded. It is widely argued that Ajax-based applications perform better than their standard competition (compare the scrolling maps at http://maps.google.com with the static maps at http://www.streetmap.com.). Microsoft Atlas is a web-client framework designed to make the job of building Ajax-style applications easier. At the moment, people developing with Ajax are having to write their code from the ground up, which is both complex and time consuming. Atlas provides a pre-written framework that gives developers a structured environment in which to work. It provides them with an object model and standardized debugging to make development both faster and simpler.
This book provides an introduction to the technology written by a seasoned .NET professional working closely with the Atlas development team at Microsoft. It is designed to give developers a fast-track introduction to Atlas and explain how they can use the technology to increase the power and functionality of their code while simultaneously saving themselves both time and effort. The book begins with a bare-bones introduction that explains how Atlas relates to Ajax before guiding readers through a series of practical examples that demonstrate the framework and controls that are available within the Atlas technology. By the end of this short book readers will be able to put together seamless Atlas-based applications of their own.

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With this book, readers will be able to compile a seamless Atlas-based application of their own. Written by an experienced .NET author in collaboration with the Atlas development team, this title demystifies the revolutionary new Atlas technology and shows how to work with it.

Synopsis:

This book introduces a fast-track path to understanding Atlas, and how this technology can increase the power and functionality of your code while conserving time and effort. The book begins with a bare-bones introduction that explains how Atlas relates to Ajax.

Microsoft Atlas is a web-client framework that makes building Ajax-style applications easier. It provides a prewritten framework that gives you a structured environment in which to work. Atlas also provides you with an object model and standardized debugging to make development faster and simpler.

Ajax is a new way of combining a number of Web technologies including JavaScript, dynamic HTML, and a feature known as XmlHttp (which reduces the need for client browsers to constantly reconnect to the server every time new information is downloaded). But at the moment, people developing with Ajax have to write their code from the ground up, which is complex and time consuming.

The book guides you through a series of practical examples that demonstrate the Atlas framework and available controls. After reading this book, youll be able to compile a seamless Atlas-based application of your own In anticipation of changes during development of the Atlas technology, the updated source code is posted for download on the author's blog, www.philotic.com/blog.This book demystifies the Atlas technology and shows you how to work with it.The first book dedicated to this revolutionary new technology.Written by an experienced .NET author in collaboration with the Atlas development team.

Table of Contents

Introduction.- Atlas: Taking Ajax to the next level.- Atlas: Making Client Side Javascript Easier.- Introduction to Client Side Controls.- Advanced Client Side Controls.- Introduction to Server Side Controls.- ASP.NET UI Enhancements.- Advanced Server Side Controls.- Data Access.- Interfacing with Middleware and Resource Tier Layers.- Server Class Library Reference.- Putting it all together with a simple Example.

Product Details

ISBN:
9781590596470
Author:
Moroney, Laurence
Publisher:
Apress
Author:
Moroney, L.
Subject:
Asynchronous transfer mode
Subject:
JavaScript (Computer program language)
Subject:
Internet - Application Development
Copyright:
Publication Date:
20060431
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Y
Pages:
314
Dimensions:
9.20x7.42x.87 in. 1.39 lbs.

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"Synopsis" by , With this book, readers will be able to compile a seamless Atlas-based application of their own. Written by an experienced .NET author in collaboration with the Atlas development team, this title demystifies the revolutionary new Atlas technology and shows how to work with it.
"Synopsis" by , This book introduces a fast-track path to understanding Atlas, and how this technology can increase the power and functionality of your code while conserving time and effort. The book begins with a bare-bones introduction that explains how Atlas relates to Ajax.

Microsoft Atlas is a web-client framework that makes building Ajax-style applications easier. It provides a prewritten framework that gives you a structured environment in which to work. Atlas also provides you with an object model and standardized debugging to make development faster and simpler.

Ajax is a new way of combining a number of Web technologies including JavaScript, dynamic HTML, and a feature known as XmlHttp (which reduces the need for client browsers to constantly reconnect to the server every time new information is downloaded). But at the moment, people developing with Ajax have to write their code from the ground up, which is complex and time consuming.

The book guides you through a series of practical examples that demonstrate the Atlas framework and available controls. After reading this book, youll be able to compile a seamless Atlas-based application of your own In anticipation of changes during development of the Atlas technology, the updated source code is posted for download on the author's blog, www.philotic.com/blog.This book demystifies the Atlas technology and shows you how to work with it.The first book dedicated to this revolutionary new technology.Written by an experienced .NET author in collaboration with the Atlas development team.

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