Learn how to avoid possible performance problems in your web applications when using the ASP.NET AJAX TabContainer by employing a technique known as lazy loading.
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Learn to use JSON, a lightweight data interchange format to make server-side class' objects easily parse able by client side code to show output on the browser.
Solomon Shaffer explores the creation of ASP.NET user controls and custom server controls. In part 1 of this series, he explains user controls, describes how they intermingle with other elements on the page, and walks through building two simple controls.
Most web-based slide show applications depend on a database for some or all of the storage. This application allows you to show pictures from a directory structure without any underlying database. The application uses an ASP.NET 2.0 TreeView control for file system navigation and the AJAX 1.0 SlideShow Extender to display the images found in the directory.
In addition to creating custom Web Parts for SharePoint Portal Server, developers can actually create their own custom properties to further enhance Web Part appearance and behavior. Gayan Peiris explains the process and provides all the necessary code.
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