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Podcast: ASP.NET AJAX gurus explain the framework inside and out

Brian Eastwood
ASP.NET AJAX has burst onto the scene as an effective tool for Ajax-enabling ASP.NET applications.

In this podcast, two authors of the forthcoming ASP.NET AJAX in Action -- David Barkol, a consultant at Neudesic, and Rama Krishna Vavilala, a developer and architect at 3C Software -- chat with SearchVB.com about the ins and outs of the framework. Topics include the JavaScript library within ASP.NET AJAX, the separate set of controls and extensions known as the ASP.NET AJAX Control Toolkit, and the framework's robust server-side programming model. (The book's third author, Alessandro Gallo, talked to SearchVB.com separately. A link to his Q&A interview appears below.)

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http://media.techtarget.com/searchVB/downloads/VB_aspdotnet_ajax_in_action_2007-04-03.mp3


Read about the topics discussed in this podcast

Q&A with Alessandro Gallo: Putting ASP.NET AJAX into action
Reference: ASP.NET AJAX Learning Guide
Tip Series: Get started with ASP.NET AJAX development: Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3


Related resources from around the Web

ASP.NET AJAX in Action home page (Manning Publications)
David Barkol's blog
Alessandro "Garbin" Gallo's blog

ASP.NET AJAX home page (Microsoft)
ASP.NET AJAX Control Toolkit on CodePlex (Microsoft)
Scott Guthrie's blog
Nikhil Kothari's blog


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