Series of Great Atlas Screenscasts and blog posts by Marc Schweigert


Marc Schweigert works over on the Federal team at Microsoft and he has been passionately keeping his eyes on “Atlas” as we’ve developed it over the last months.  Recently, he has started an amazing series of posts and screencasts on all kinds of “Atlas” related topics.  Get a full list of posts at http://blogs.msdn.com/federaldev/archive/category/12871.aspx and the screencasts off of Channel 9 at https://channel9.msdn.com/showuserthreads.aspx?userid=25285


 


Great work Marc, definitely check them out and let us (and him) hear your feedback.


 


A quick overview of topics includes:


Add “Atlas” controls to the toolbox


The “Atlas” controls don’t get added to the Visual Studio 2005 toolbox by the either the core framework or toolkit installer. Here’s what I did to add them: Create an “Atlas” and “Atlas Control Toolkit” tab on the toolbox by doing a right-click


How to add Atlas to an existing site


I've been blogging a bit about "Atlas" and showing how easy it is to AJAX enable existing ASP.NET pages with the new "Atlas" controls (ScriptManager, UpdatePanel, Control Extenders, etc.).  However, I've probably left many of you wondering what you


AJAX Enabling ASP.NET 2.0 Web Parts with "Atlas"


I posted another Channel 9 screencast covering another feature of ASP.NET “Atlas” yesterday morning. However, I didn’t get around to blogging about it. Here’s the description: “Building on concepts from his previous screencast, Microsoft Federal Developer


Attaching client functionality to ASP.NET server controls using ASP.NET "Atlas" (screencast)


The next in my series of screencasts about ASP.NET "Atlas" capabilities is live.  Channel 9 description: "Building on concepts from his previous screencast, Microsoft Federal Developer Evangelist Marc Schweigert demonstrates more AJAX enabling


Enabling partial page updates with the ASP.NET “Atlas” UpdatePanel (screencast)


As promised, here is the first in a series of short screencasts about specific ASP.NET "Atlas" capabilities.  Channel 9 description: "Microsoft Federal Developer Evangelist Marc Schweigert demonstrates the fundamentals of the "server-centric" approach


 

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  2. IanMuir says:

    I’m so stoked for Atlas. Once it has a bit more cross-browser stability, I’m going to use it on a few of the projects I’ve been working on.

  3. Cautand sa vad ce mai este nou / ce a mai aparut cu privire la ATLAS, am gasit pe blogul lui Brian Goldfarb…

  4. Brian Goldfarb’s Blog 上找来了,他也是MSDN上Atlas的牛人

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