Building a Web 2.0 Portal with ASP.Net 3.5: None by Omar AL Zabir

By Omar AL Zabir

Construction an internet 2.0 Portal with ASP.Net 3.5Warning: This e-book is intended for builders who have already got earlier wisdom of technology.This feels like such an apparently sturdy e-book when you have already got a few wisdom of ASP.NET expertise. I regrettably didn't have earlier wisdom of yet having learn via it I felt the writer wrote very attention-grabbing stuff. i've got due to the fact begun studying 3.5, optimistically i'll snatch the suggestions in taught during this textual content. while you are new to please purchase newbie books like starting ASP.NET 3.5 in C# 2008: From amateur to specialist, moment variation (Beginning from beginner to specialist) written through Matthew Macdonald. Or get one other first-class text(ASP.NET 3.5 Unleashed) written through Stephen Walter.

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There is a header area that contains the title and the expand/collapse/close buttons, and a body area where the actual widget is hosted. ascx contains the markup for WidgetContainer (see Example 2-1). Example 2-1. ascx content for the WidgetContainer

The whole widget container is inside a panel control named Widget.

Aspx is rendered from the server on every visit, you can easily decide whether to load page content from the cache or make a fresh call to get fresh page content if it has changed between the visits. NET web controls. • Too much JavaScript on the client side makes the browser slow unless the user has a powerful computer. • Browsers’ debugging support is still very poor compared to server-side debugging support. NET AJAX has a pretty big runtime that consists of the core framework, scripts for UpdatePanel, and a preview script that is required for drag-and-drop functionality.

For example, you will have to provide support for features, such as expanding, collapsing, closing, and resizing, in the client framework and make sure the server is kept in sync with such client-side activities via web service calls. The advantages of client-side rendering are: • A server-side framework for widgets is not needed. • Widgets can provide all functionality from the client side. • Completely client-side web portals and widgets require zero postback, not even any asynchronous postback, which improves responsiveness.

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