Review - Dart PowerWEB LiveControls 1.1.3
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Published: 04 Aug 2005
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Abstract
Using Dart PowerWEB LiveControls, it is possible to achieve the benefits of AJAX-style web application behavior without the need to write (or know) a lot of client-side JavaScript, which is otherwise generally required. Steven Smith reviews this set of powerful and easy to use controls.
by Steven Smith
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Overview

I’ve recently had the opportunity to work with Dart’s PowerWEB LiveControls suite at a client who was building a call center application using ASP.NET architecture. One requirement of the application was that incoming calls and work items needed to be visible to all users with up-to-the-second frequency. Using Dart’s controls, and most importantly their LiveDataGrid control, this requirement was easily met. Using AJAX-style (what’s this?) callbacks, the LiveControls allow for a dramatically improved user experience, without the need for the developer to hand code a bunch of JavaScript. In fact, the LiveControls build on the standard ASP.NET web controls, so the programming model changes very little when using these controls instead of the default controls.


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Title: this is too costly   
Name: pankaj
Date: 2/9/2007 7:07:45 AM
Comment:
i think this is too costly to get these controls..
and i have seen the examples... they r taking the same time as the normal application take..
Title: Not worth the headache   
Name: Andrew
Date: 8/17/2006 10:09:57 AM
Comment:
The licensing used on these controls is pain. No matter what 'features' these controls have the headache caused by dealing with the licensing is just not worth it.
Title: Actually this is not too hard to accomplish.   
Name: Cristian
Date: 10/1/2005 6:41:03 PM
Comment:
I wouldn't pay $500 for a single server licence, especially for some controls that I've made in like 2 days (button, linkbutton, dropdownlist, listbox, label, checkbox, textbox)


Look here: http://www.codeproject.com/useritems/MagicAJAX.asp


Thanks,
Cristian

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