XML, SOAP, WSDL und ASP.NET using standard Web Services on the
This book is containing the updated articles and samples from my Blog
"Aspects of AJAX", available at http://ajaxaspects.blogspot.com/t ogeth er
with some new and rewritten articles.
You will find more information when reading the Blog or downloading a new
copy of this book. There are still a lot of aspects undocumented or
The AJAX engine is working fine in many projects I do myself and I\u2019ve heard about and you can use it where ever you want. The license model I\u2019ve chosen to publish the information and the source code allows also a commercial use of it.
For ASP.NET a set of web controls are available that make using the AJAX technology a lot easier because of the declarative approach that comes with using web controls.
The basic elements for an application using the AJAX technologies,
and there are many articles on the web that show how to use this object and
declare that being AJAX. I think there are a lot more topics that should be
understood and talked about.
The right selection from the available technologies as well as a suitable
abstraction in using these elements is important for the success of the
realization of an application. One main goal behind the architecture of the
AJAX engine was to build an AJAX framework that you can reuse every time
you want some asynchronous processing or when you need a smart way to
refresh information on the current web page.
When targeting applications with some hundred sides and WebServices and
with in sum about a thousand methods the developer must have a clear and
errors and to not think about the implementation details. Only by using a
simple approach a good quality and maintenance can be achieved.
The idea of the AJAX engine on the client is the simplification of the
implementation of the code that we need for implementing a specific
functionality on the client. Like with the WebService framework of ASP.NET
on the server the details of communication over SOAP on the client are
completely hidden from the developer and also the recurring code portion is
only realized once in a central place. Also all details about the different
implementations of the XMLHttpRequest object in Internet Explorer or the
Firefox browsers are hidden from your code.
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