Working with ATLAS Control Toolkit - Part 1
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by Mohammad Azam
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Setting Up the ATLAS Control Toolkit

The next step is to set up the ATLAS Control Toolkit.  First you will need to make an ATLAS web application.  This can be done by simply creating a website of type ATLAS using your Visual Studio 2005 and by choosing the ATLAS website from the project templates page.  For more details on getting started, see A First Look into Atlas.  After creating the ATLAS website project, you will need to add references to the ATLAS libraries.  Right click on your Toolbox in the design view and select "Choose Items."  A window will open which will allow you to add the libraries.  Now add a reference to the following libraries.

Microsoft.AtlasControlExtender.dll

AtlasControlToolkit.dll

Once you have added a reference to the libraries, you will see that all the new ATLAS controls are added to your toolbox and the above libraries are added to your bin folder.


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Title: rrr   
Name: r
Date: 2012-05-30 9:48:58 AM
Comment:
rr
Title: atlas   
Name: ashwin
Date: 2008-05-13 2:50:56 AM
Comment:
excellent information on atlas control
Title: dragpanel   
Name: antonio
Date: 2008-02-25 2:01:13 PM
Comment:
i dont know write in English. but i will try.

i have a problem with dragpanel.
first. i have a proyect, that have windows or panel, that made with ajax. and its can not move. y i wanne move. and i dont know how i do it?.
Title: i need to maintain the state of collapsed or expanded state on post back   
Name: Praveen
Date: 2007-09-24 7:18:58 AM
Comment:
Plz let me know how to maintain the state of the collpsible panel extender on postbacks so that it could be user friendly. One way is through web service n other is to store client state but im not getting with both
Title: Nice one..   
Name: Ruja Vaidya
Date: 2006-11-20 5:54:41 AM
Comment:
Hi..
Gr88 job..
Thanx


Ruja
Title: hi azam...nicely explained   
Name: Naga
Date: 2006-09-25 8:18:08 AM
Comment:
Nicely explained the concept.
gr8 job..
Title: sample code   
Name: Salman
Date: 2006-09-20 6:47:30 AM
Comment:
hello
can we create webpart like live.com or google.com/ig
we have create the webpart but their pick and drop is not easy for newbie,
Can we make it easy for user to pick and drop the webpart easily on other place
thanks
Title: RE: Thanks   
Name: AzamSharp
Date: 2006-09-02 10:10:53 PM
Comment:
Hi,

I am glad that you liked the article.
Title: Excellent   
Name: Eren Cetin
Date: 2006-09-02 5:09:52 PM
Comment:
Everything is excellent.. Thank you Mohammad.. "Allah" bless you..
Title: Thankyou for example on Collapsible panel   
Name: kishore
Date: 2006-07-31 4:35:47 PM
Comment:
one minor suggestion, when I copied the code as it is from this site it didnt worked, as there is no space between the properties.it showed Errors.
ex:-

...CollapsedSize="0"AutoExpand="false" ...

Here there is no space between "0" and AutoExpand, as I am new it took me some time to understand this error.

ThankYou
Title: good   
Name: good
Date: 2006-07-18 6:23:43 AM
Comment:
goood
Title: Collapsible Panel   
Name: kapil Sharma
Date: 2006-06-16 4:24:45 PM
Comment:
hi!
i m very thankful 2 u 4 the detailed and sample of the code.it really help me in making the project
kapil.






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