Category Archives: AJAX

The risks of cancelling AJAX calls client-side

AJAX has completely changed the way web pages (and web developers) work, and has given web applications around the world a much needed boost. But as they say, with great power comes great responsibility and anyone from a traditional web … Continue reading

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Partial page updates with jQuery AJAX

UPDATE: I have left this article here for historical reasons but you should now consider ASP.NET Web Forms as obsolete due to it not supporting unit-testing and the amount of data that is passed between client and server. I recommend … Continue reading

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Page Method via jQuery AJAX

UPDATE: I have left this article here for historical reasons but you should now consider ASP.NET Web Forms as obsolete due to it not supporting unit-testing and the amount of data that is passed between client and server. I recommend … Continue reading

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Handling ASP.NET AJAX client-side events

UPDATE: I have left this article here for historical reasons but you should now consider ASP.NET Web Forms as obsolete due to it not supporting unit-testing and the amount of data that is passed between client and server. I recommend … Continue reading

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Simple ASP.NET AJAX timer example

UPDATE: I have left this article here for historical reasons but you should now consider ASP.NET Web Forms as obsolete due to it not supporting unit-testing and the amount of data that is passed between client and server. I recommend … Continue reading

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