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Beginning Ajax with ASP.NET

Язык: Английский
Год публикации: 2006
Автор(ы): W. McClure, S.Cate
Страниц: 403

Краткое содержание
  • Introduction to Ajax on ASP.NET
  • Introduction to DHTML
  • JavaScript and the Document Object Model
  • The XMLHttpRequest Object
  • Data Communication: XML, XSLT, and JSON
  • What Is Built into ASP.NET
  • Ajax.NET Professional Library
  • Anatomy of Ajax.NET Pro Library
  • Other Ajax Frameworks for .NET
  • Atlas Client Script
  • Atlas Controls
  • Atlas Integration with ASP.NET Services
  • Debugging
  • Appendix A: XSLT Commands
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Полное содержание
  • Introduction to Ajax on ASP.NET
    • Development Trends
    • ASP.NET Development
      • Design Methodology
      • Problems ASPNET Solves
    • So, What's the Problem?
    • Improving the User Experience
    • What Is Ajax?
      • Advantages of Ajax
      • History of Ajax
      • Technologies That Make Up Ajax
      • Running Ajax Applications
    • Who's Using Ajax?
    • Problems Ajax Won't Solve
    • Summary
  • Introduction to DHTML
    • What JavaScript Is, and What It Isn't
    • General Rules of JavaScript
    • Writing Your First Block of JavaScript Code
      • document.writeO
      • Using document.write() in Nested for() Loops
      • window.status and Events
    • Getting Input from the User
      • Security Concerns When Getting Text Input
      • Canceling the Normal Outcome of an Event
      • Causing an Event Not to "Bubble Up"
    • Working with Images
      • Working with the image src Attribute
      • Using Functions
      • Programmatically Populating the Options in <select>
      • Using the innerHTML Property
    • Manipulating the Style Sheet
    • Creating a Context Menu
    • Summary
  • JavaScript and the Document Object Model
    • From Static to Dynamic - A Brief History
    • Attempts at Standardization
    • Digging into Some More JavaScript Basics
      • Functions and Syntax
      • Event Handlers
    • Core Language
      • Variables
      • Comments
      • Datatypes
      • Operators and Expressions
      • Flow Control and Loops
      • More on Objects and Functions
      • Summary of Material So Far
    • The Document Object Model
      • Object Model Standardization (or Lack Thereof)
      • Working with the DOM
      • Manipulating Nodes
      • Properties of a Node
      • DOM Level 0 General Collections
      • The DOM, Styles,and CSS
    • Summary
  • The XMLHttpRequest Object
    • Code Examples for This Chapter
    • What Is the XMLHttpRequest Object?
      • A Little History
      • Synchronous Requests
      • Asynchronous Requests
      • Dealing with Response Data
      • Enhancing Usability
      • Passing Parameters to the Server
      • What about Web Services?
    • Summary
  • Data Communication: XML, XSLT, and JSON
    • XML
      • History of XML
      • XML Documents
      • Parsing XML
      • XML Summary
    • XSLT
      • How Processing Occurs
      • Built-In Functions
      • Processing with XSLT
      • Writing Functions in XSLT
    • X Path
    • Integrating XML and Ajax
    • JSON
      • Layout of JSON
      • JSON Example
    • Summary
  • What Is Built into ASP.NET
    • Out-of-the-Box Controls
      • TreeView Control
      • GridView Control
      • DetailsView Control
    • Browser Compatibility
    • The Framework
      • ICallbackEventHandler Interface
      • Page.ClientScript - System.Web.UI.ClientScriptManager
    • Making All the Moving Parts Work Together
      • Obtaining a Callback Reference
      • Implementing the ICallbackEventHandler Interface
      • Initiating the Asynchronous Process from the Browser
      • Handling the Result of Asynchronous Server-Side Call on the Client
      • Handling Errors in the Asynchronous Process
    • Dealing with Complex Data
      • Enabling the Page for Asynchronous Callbacks
      • Obtaining the Data - Implementing the ICallbackEventHandler interface
      • Dealing with the Returned Data on the Client
      • Limitations on Returning Complex Data in XML
      • ICallbackContainer Interface
    • Summary
  • Ajax.NET Professional Library
    • Acquiring Ajax.NET Pro Version 6.4.16.1
    • Preparing Your Application
    • Using the Ajax.NET Pro Library
      • Registering Your Page for Ajax.NET Pro
      • Registering Your Methods for Ajax.NET Pro
      • Examining the Request Object
      • Executing Your Ajax on the Client
      • Digging into response.value
      • Returning Custom Objects
      • More Advanced Callbacks and Context
      • Ajax.NET Pro Request Events - Keeping Your Users Updated
      • Errors, Errors, Errors. They Happen, You Trap 'em.
    • Using the Ajax.NET Pro Library - Looking under the Hood
      • When Is the Proxy JavaScript Created?
      • What Does the JavaScript Do?
      • What Happens on the Server after the Proxy JavaScript Has Been Fired? 176 How Is the Method in the ``Code-Behind Actually Executed and
      • How Is the Page Actually Created?
      • What Is Really Being Sent Back to the Client
    • Summary
  • Anatomy of Ajax.NET Pro Library
    • Getting the Ajax.NET Pro Code
    • What Do the Ajax.NET Pro Web.Config Settings Accomplish?
    • What Happens When You Register the Page Class?
    • What Role Does the Ajax.AjaxMethod() Attribute Play?
    • How Does the JavaScript Call Get to the Server and Back?
    • What Is an Ajax.NET Pro Converter?
    • Summary
  • Other Ajax Frameworks for .NET
    • Client-Side Frameworks
      • Sarissa
      • HTMLHttpRequest
      • MochiKit
    • Server-Side Frameworks
      • Architectural Distinctions
    • Introduction to the Frameworks
    • ComfortASP.NET
      • Setup
      • Using ComfortASPNET
      • What You Have Learned
    • MagicAjax
      • Setup
      • Using MagicAjax
      • What You Have Learned
    • Anthem.NET
      • Setup
      • Using Anthem.NET
      • What You Have Learned
    • Summary
  • Atlas Client Script
    • Introduction to Atlas
      • Major Components
      • Ajax Support
      • Asynchronous Communication Only
    • Adding Atlas Support with the ScriptManager Control
    • Communicating with Web Services
      • Generating the JavaScript Proxies
      • Calling Out to Web Services
    • Passing Types
      • Simple Data Types
      • Complex Data Types
    • Caching Web Services
    • Exposing Web Services from a Web Form
    • Atlas Extensions to JavaScript
      • Language Enhancements
      • Registering Namespaces and Classes in Atlas
      • Namespaces and Classes
      • Inheritance
      • Interfaces
      • Enumerations
    • Debugging
      • Debugging Using debug.dump
      • Debugging Using for() loop
    • Special Notes Concerning Atlas Client-Side Script
    • Resources Used
    • Summary
  • Atlas Controls
    • Controls
      • Buttons
      • Sys.UI.Data Controls
      • Server Controls
    • Data Binding
      • Declarative Data Binding
      • Programmatic Data Binding
      • Binding Directions
      • Binding Transformations
      • Validation
      • Behaviors
    • Resources Used
    • Summary
  • Atlas Integration with ASP.NET Services
    • Examining ASP.NET Services
      • Authentication
      • Authorization/Roles
      • Membership
      • Profiles
      • Web Part Personalization
    • Using Atlas to Integrate with ASP.NET Services
      • Authentication
      • Authorization/Roles
    • Accessing Profiles via Atlas
      • Profile Property Names
      • Loading Profile Data
      • Save Profile Data
      • Avoiding Profile Service Gotchas
    • Implementing Drag and Drop via Atlas
    • Summary
  • Debugging
    • Server-Side Debugging
      • Enabling Debugging Support
      • Setting Breakpoints
    • JavaScript and Client-Side Debugging
      • Tools and Techniques of the Trade
      • Other Ways of Invoking the Debugger
      • Other Ways of Inspecting the Value of Variables
      • Script Debugging So Far
      • Browser Debugging Tools
      • The Man in the Middle
    • Summary
  • Appendix A: XSLT Commands

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