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Microsoft® ASP.NET and AJAX: Architecting Web Applications by Dino Esposito

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AJAX and New Web Projects

After a decade of increasingly powerful tools and technologies designed for effective and quick development of Web sites and applications (such as ASP, Microsoft Visual InterDev, Dreamweaver, Java Server Pages, ASP.NET, and Microsoft Visual Studio), we’ve been pushed into the AJAX age where no such tools exist.

The world of AJAX development is not yet embraced by the tools you use. Everything you need can be manually created; however, very few tools exist. This is the issue that project leads (such as my old friend) and IT managers face when they get past the initial enthusiasm.

As I see things, there are three ways to approach AJAX. One is to just add AJAX capabilities to an existing solution or to a new solution designed ...

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