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Results of AJAX Statistic for .NET Development

Simone [1] has created another survey [2] concerning AJAX usage with ASP.NET. The results are available, now, and it is really interesting to see that there are only small changes in the use of AJAX libraries for ASP.NET developers.

Posted by Michael Schwarz on Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Ajax.NET Professional and ASP.NET MVC

Sean Lin [1] has written about how Ajax.NET Professional (AjaxPro) can be used with ASP.NET MVC [2] and what you have to change to get it working.

Posted by Michael Schwarz on Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Internet Explorer 8 Expert Chat Zone Resume

Internet Explorer 8 [1] is in beta and we're able to improve features that we need. Last week I sent a short message to the Microsoft DPE here in Germany with some comments what I like more in Firefox 3 [2] than in Internet Explorer. Well, there are a couple of great features like the star-it function to easily bookmark a Web page. Another great feature in Firefox 3 is that you are able to input any part of a visited URL or parts of the title that a visited page was using i.e. when you want to open Google Analytics you only have to enter "analy" and select the URL below, really clever.

Posted by Michael Schwarz on Thursday, July 17, 2008

ASP.NET MVC Source Code at Codeplex

Today Microsoft published the source code of ASP.NET MVC Framework [1] at Codeplex:

Posted by Michael Schwarz on Friday, March 21, 2008

Volta - Microsoft Live Labs

Volta - Microsoft Live LabsOn December 5th last year Microsoft Live Labs announced the Volta technology preview [1], a developer toolset for building multi-tier web applications using existing and familiar tools, techniques and patterns. You architect and built your application as a .NET client application, assigning the portions of the application that run on the server tier and client tier late in the development process. You can target either web browsers or the CLR as clients and Volta handles the complexities of tier-splitting. The compiler creates cross-browser JavaScript for the client tier, web services for the server tier, and all communication, serialization, synchronization, security, and other boilerplate code to tie the tiers together. In effect, Volta offers a best-effort experience i n multiple environments without requiring tailoring of the application.

Posted by Michael Schwarz on Thursday, January 3, 2008

MVC Web Application and JSON

I like the MVC (Model View Controller) framework which is available as a public CTP, now. You can download the latest bits with the ASP.NET 3.5 Extensions CTP Preview [1]. You will find further links at Scott Guthrie's posts tagged with MVC [2].

Posted by Michael Schwarz on Wednesday, December 19, 2007

MVC Framework and Mobile Device

The last days I spent nearly all my time with the MVC Framework. As you may expect I absolutely like the way to control my HTML output more and get rid of the viewstate. When you read my blog you know that I'm using a lot of JavaScript and AJAX to make Web pages to Web applications.

Posted by Michael Schwarz on Monday, November 26, 2007