Saturday, May 30, 2009

Microsoft's AJAX Control Toolkit Updated, Includes WYSIWYG Editor

Microsoft's AJAX Control Toolkit Updated, Includes WYSIWYG Editor

ASP.Net AJAX is Microsoft's free framework for developing rich internet applications (RIA) that work across all browsers. It includes four components: Server-Side ASP.NET AJAX, Client-Side ASP.NET AJAX, the AJAX Control Toolkit and the jQuery library.
The AJAX Control Toolkit that has just been updated with some new functionality. Let's have a look.


A Framework Overview
Let's step back and look at the four components of the ASP.NET AJAX framework:
Server-Side ASP.NET AJAX: Included as a standard in the .NET framework 3.5, this programming model enables developers to add AJAX functionality to a web application without writing Javascript.
Client-Side ASP.NET AJAX: For those who love their Javascript and want to build client-side
RIAs, then there's the Client-Side library. Also included with the .NET framework 3.5, they are currently working on a new version.

AJAX Control Toolkit: The AJAX Control Toolkit contains over 30 different controls to use when developing RIAs and you don't need to know Javascript to use them.
jQuery Library: An open source Javascript Library, a standard component of ASP.NET MVC apps.
see full detail: http://www.cmswire.com/cms/web-development/microsofts-ajax-control-toolkit-updated-includes-wysiwyg-editor-004712.php

No comments: