Explore Ways to Extend ASP.NET AJAX Client-Side Function
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by Xianzhong Zhu
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Conclusion

In this article we have examined the three ways (Components, Behaviors, and Controls) to extend MS AJAX client-side functions by respective examples. In a real web farm scenario, we have to select the appropriate means to construct custom MS AJAX component according to different circumstances, prerequisites, and requirements. If possible, in later articles I will explore the ways to construct ASP.NET AJAX controls from the standpoint of the server side.


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Title: ZK@Web Marketing Blog   
Name: zk5182@yahoo.com
Date: 2009-06-03 1:35:51 AM
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I downloaded the ASP.NET 2.0 PayPal Commerce Starter Kit (CSK) today for kicks and ended up creating a new provider, called InventoryProvider, that provides the basis for a more functional and feature-rich inventory management system. I say "provides the basis," because my immediate intentions were to do the minimal amount of work possible to have CSK use the provider and then add new features in increments later.






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