ASP.NET Ajax Tutorials - For Beginners & Advanced Developers

ASP.NET AJAX is a set of extensions to add Ajax functionality to your ASP.NET applications.

So far, we have published 20 ASP.NET AJAX tutorials and articles, which have been read by over 5712384 (Five Million Seven Hundred Twelve Thousand Three Hundred Eighty Four) developers and architects.

Abstract: This article demonstrates how to use Script reference profiler to improve performance of an ASP.NET AJAX page.
Abstract: The ASP.NET AJAX SlideShow is cool extender control that comes with the ASP.NET AJAX control toolkit and can be used to create a Slide show by looping images in a round robin fashion. The images are configured with the SlideShow by using a PageMethod or a webservice. In this article, we will see common tips and tricks while using the SlideShow Extender control.
Abstract: The following article demonstrates how to use the Microsoft Ajax Control Toolkit’s Modal Popup with an ASP.NET 3.5 application.
Abstract: A user recently mailed me to find out if there is a way to determine, when an asynchronous postback begins and ends in an ASP.NET AJAX page. He wanted to fire some JavaScript code during these events. Here’s how to determine the events.
Abstract: As given in the ASP.NET AJAX toolkit documentation, the CollapsiblePanel is a very flexible extender control that allows you to easily add collapsible sections to your web page. In this article, we will see six tips while working with the CollapsiblePanelExtender
Abstract: In this article, we will study three different techniques that allow you to visually display progress to users while performing partial-page updates using the UpdatePanel.
Abstract: In this article, we will explore how to implement paging in an ASP.NET GridView using an ASP.NET AJAX Slider Extender.
Abstract: Here are 6 tips that could help you out in your projects while dealing with ASP.NET AJAX Accordion Control.
Abstract: In this article, we will see how to dynamically pull data from the database and display it using an ASP.NET AJAX Accordion control. We will be using the data from the Employees table of the Northwind database. We have specifically chosen this table so in order to demonstrate how to display images dynamically in an Accordion control.
Abstract: In the past we have often used the combination of the GridView and DetailsView to display Master-Detail data. Similarly, developers have used pop-ups to depict similar scenarios where a user clicks on a ‘master’ row and the details are displayed in a pop-up window. I was recently exploring the ModalPopup extender control which allows a page to display content to the user in a "modal" manner. I thought of trying out the Master-Details scenario using the ModalPopup Extender. This article discusses how to do so
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Abstract: The AdRotator control in ASP.NET is extremely handy when it comes to randomly displaying advertisements on your site. However the ads are rotated only when the user refreshes the page. In this article, we will explore how you can easily rotate ads at regular intervals, without the user refreshing the page.
Abstract: The ClientScriptManager class contains various methods to add client scripts to a webpage using server side code. One of the methods you can use is the RegisterStartupScript() method of the ClientScriptManager class. However, this method does not work if the control used to register this method is wrapped inside an UpdatePanel. In this short article, we will explore how to add javascript programmatically using the ScriptManager.RegisterStartupScript, while performing an asynchronous postback.
Abstract: The DragPanel extender makes it extremely simple to add a ‘drag’ to your controls. However there is a functionality missing in the DragPanel extender. The DragPanel extender does not have the built-in capability to retain the position of controls that have been dragged, after a page postback. In this article, we will see how to retain the position of the DragPanel extender, after a postback.
Abstract: An ASP.NET AJAX TabContainer creates a set of Tabs that can be used to save screen space and organize content. The TabContainer contains a number of TabPanel controls. You can place your controls inside each TabPanel. In this article, we will explore some common tips and tricks with the ASP.NET AJAX TabContainer control.
Abstract: The behavior of an Asynchronous postback is quiet similar to a synchronous postback. In an asynchronous model, all the server side events occur, as they do in a synchronous model. The Microsoft AJAX Library also raises client side events. However when the page is rendered, asynchronous postback renders only the contents of the update panel, where as in a synchronous postback, the entire page is recreated and sent back to the browser. In one of the previous articles, I had shown how to cancel a Synchronous Postback using ASP.NET. In this article, we will see how to cancel an Asynchronous postback.
Abstract: The DropDownExtender is an ASP.NET AJAX control that can be attached to almost any ASP.NET control to provide a drop-down menu. In this article, we will see some tips and tricks that can be applied to a DropDownExtender control.
Abstract: The CalendarExtender is an ASP.NET AJAX control that is associated with a TextBox control. When the user clicks on the TextBox, a client-side Calendar control pops up. The user can then set a date by clicking on a day, navigate months by clicking on the left and right arrow and perform other such actions without a postback. In this article, we will see some tips and tricks that can be applied to a CalendarExtender control.
Abstract: The ListSearchExtender control is a control that ships with the Microsoft AJAX Control Toolkit. ListSearchExtender enables the DropDownList and ListBox to be searchable. The user can navigate to and select an item in the list by simply typing the first few characters. This could be especially useful if there is a long list to be searched.
Abstract: You cannot call server-side code ‘directly’ from client-side code. That is because by design, the server side code executes at server side and client side code at the client. However there are some workarounds. To call serverside code from javascript, you will need to use AJAX, and the easiest way out, is to use the ASP.NET AJAX Extensions. In this article, we will be using PageMethods to call server-side functions using javascript.

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