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All posts published in February 2006

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Ajax.NET Enterprise Edition

I got already some questions concerning the next steps of Ajax.NET Professional. Yes, I'm working on some new ideas, and maybe it will be an Ajax.NET Enterprise Edition. With the upcomming AJAX Community [1] I hope to get the most of all the frameworks currently are available, with your help, with your ideas, with your code!! For further news please have a look at my web blog in the next days. Yes, and it will be full open source!!!

Posted by Michael Schwarz on Thursday, February 23, 2006

Download your copy of the Ajax.NET Professional Source Code

The download of the Ajax.NET Professional [1] source code is available at http://www.ajaxpro.info/sourcecode.aspx [2]. Notice, that it is only the latest snapshot of my version to show my comments, and how I did it internal.

Posted by Michael Schwarz on Monday, February 20, 2006

AJAX Community (focus on .NET)

Yesterday on the launch event of Visual Studio .NET 2005 and SQL Server 2005 in Karlsruhe/Germany we had the idea to create a usergroup/community here in Germany for all Web 2.0 and AJAX developers. If you are interessted in joining such a group please write me a short email or use the contact form at this web site.

Posted by Michael Schwarz on Friday, February 10, 2006

Comparison of AJAX frameworks for ASP.NET

Daniel sent me his comparison of indirect AJAX programming frameworks for ASP.NET. As Ajax.NET [1] is a framework where you have to do JavaScript programming other frameworks allow you to use AJAX stuff simply by adding some configuration to you web.config or by inheriting from a special page class.

Posted by Michael Schwarz on Friday, February 3, 2006

I'm back...

Today I will talk to all of you and thank you for your help on Ajax.NET! Since end of last year I had to slow down the work on Ajax.NET because my body asked me for some hours to sleep. My nightly work on Ajax.NET was to much, I was working on the lib sometimes from 10 o'clock in the evening until 4 o'clock in the morning, had 3-4 hours to sleep, not enough for such a long periode.

Posted by Michael Schwarz on Thursday, February 2, 2006