Client Application Services - Part 1
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by Bilal Haidar
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Conclusion

In this article we have revised the application services introduced by ASP.NET 2.0 and how the ASP.NET 2.0 AJAX 1.0 Extensions make use of those application services so that they can be accessed from within the client-side through client-side JavaScript proxies.

After that, we covered the concept of Client Application Services, what they are and why they are needed. In addition, a detailed section on the different classes introduced by Client Application Services was included to give a better idea on those classes.

This article is just an introductory article on the Client Application Services. There will be two other parts, one of them shows you how to configure your application to authenticate and authorize users and another one shows you how to work with Web Settings and Profile objects from inside a Windows application.

I hope you enjoyed this article and benefited from the information presented. If you have any questions or comments please feel free to contact me directly at bhaidar@gmail.com.

Happy Ajaxified Dot Netting!!


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Title: Mgr Appplication Development   
Name: Jothi
Date: 2008-12-30 11:28:42 AM
Comment:
Hi Bilal,
I would like to know if the same service can be used for multiple applications
Title: Client Application Services - Part 1   
Name: Safiyullah-India
Date: 2008-04-29 2:49:06 AM
Comment:
hi bilal... its good

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