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Jul 17 2008   1:14PM GMT

ASP.NET Ajax Roundtable

Yuval Shavit Profile: YuvalShavit

The Ajax interface has proved an interesting animal. Many people trace asynchronous JavaScript use back to Microsoft’s early Outlook Web clients, but it was not promoted by Microsoft much until open-source AJAX [for Asynchronous JavaScript and XML] as used by Google became popular about three years ago. Then, Microsoft embraced it wholeheartedly, creating its own ASP.NET Ajax version of AJAX, and saving some trouble for its developer legions. Yet, third parties still have a role to play in moving ASP.NET Ajax forward, as SearchWinDevelopment.com’s Vendor roundtable series can attest.

ASP.NET Ajax Roundtable Part 1 – Browser Compatibility

ASP.NET Ajax Roundtable Part 2 – Resurgence in JavaScript

ASP.NET Ajax Roundtable Part 3 – Open Source

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