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Written by Microsoft's lead ASP.NET AJAX developer together with an in-the-field Microsoft MVP (Most Valuable Professional), this book guides you through the core of the Microsoft AJAX Library and the controls you will use to leverage AJAX. It provides you with code samples to take advantage of some of the popular shared-source ASP.NET AJAX Toolkit controls and extensions. And you'll work through debugging functionality in Visual Studio® and the browser as well as methods for effective testing.
What you will learn from this book
Steps for accessing ASP.NET profile and authentication services
Ways to simplify programming tasks using the Microsoft AJAX Library
Strategies for testing web applications to achieve optimal performance
Methods for developing custom AJAX controls
Who this book is for
This book is for experienced ASP.NET developers who want to add AJAX to their applications. It is also for experienced web developers who want to move to ASP.NET and AJAX together.
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Dan Wahlin (Microsoft Most Valuable Professional for ASP.NET and XMLWeb Services) is a .NET development instructor at Interface Technical Training (http://www.interfaceTraining.com). Dan founded the XML for ASP.NET Developers Website (www.XMLforASP.NET), which focuses on using XML, ADO.NET, and Web Services in Microsoft’s .NET platform. He’s also on the INETA Speakers Bureau and speaks at several conferences. Dan has co-authored/authored several different books on .NET, including ASP.NET 2.0 MVP Hacks and XML for ASP.NET Developers. When he’s not writing code, articles, or books, Dan enjoys writing and recording music and playing golf and basketball with his wife and kids. Dan regularly blogs at http://weblogs.asp.net/dwahlin and http://blogs.interfacett.com/dan-wahlins-blog.