Build an AJAX Based ASP.NET Web Tag Application - Part 1
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Published: 20 Oct 2008
Abstract
In this first part of the series, Xianzhong Zhu examines the construction of a Google Notebook, like Web 2.0, application with the help of the two famous Ajax frameworks - Prototype and script.aculo.us. He begins with a short introduction to Web Tags and Prototype. He then examines the various steps required to build the application with the help of source codes and relevant screenshots and also provides a short overview of the database design, stored procedures and System Design.
by Xianzhong Zhu
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Introduction

Nowadays, AJAX is one of the coolest features for building interactive browser-based Web 2.0 applications. As you have seen, Blogs, Tags, RSS, NAS, XML based Forums, Ajax Mails, etc. are rushing to every web surfer. In this series of articles (two parts), I will lead you to use the two famous Ajax frameworks, Prototype and script.aculo.us, to develop a web tag application under the ASP.NET 3.5 environment. In this first part, we will familiarize ourselves with the fundamentals of the two Ajax frameworks, the functionality requirements, and the database design of the system.


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