This article discusses how to integrate
jQuery library with Microsoft AJAX.NET, in particular with
<asp:UpdatePanel/> and to avoid Internet Explorer memory leak while doing so.
jQuery becomes more and more popular. However Microsoft ASP.NET and AJAX.NET provide their own framework of communicating with the server.
jQuery AJAX mechanism seems clumsy and un-natural in ASP.NET environment. It's much easier to use ASP.NET
UpdatePanels for AJAX functionality and use
jQuery for their
selectors functionality - pretty much what I understood Microsoft is planning to do. However doing so is tricky and this article explains at least some of the shortfalls of doing so.
Iteration 1 - Sample Page
Let's imagine a sample calc - page that adds 2 numbers:
See full detail: http://www.codeproject.com/KB/ajax/jqmemleak.aspx