Ten Ways to Improve Your ASP.NET 2.0 Applications with Atlas

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ASP.NET "Atlas" is a new developer framework from Microsoft that simplifies the task of building more interactive web pages by drawing on the power of the Ajax technologies found in most modern browsers. Because of its tight integration with ASP.NET 2.0, Atlas will be of particular interest to Microsoft web developers. In this Short Cut, Microsoft MVP Wei-Meng Lee introduces you to Atlas by showing ten ways you can use the technology to improve the user experience of your existing ASP.NET 2.0 apps. There's no better way to get acquainted with Atlas than by diving into a project, so read on and let's get started.


Comments (6)
  1. I dont have any comment for now because I have not use ATLAX

  2. I dont have any comment for now because I have not use ATLAX

  3. m akram ali says:

    i am not using this

  4. Sourav's says:

    hello, sir

                 This is Sourav’s N  I’ wanna b learn about the ASP.NET in very deeply N  if U’ ill help me 2 learn ASP.NET than I’ ill always heartestly thanx 2 U, so plz help me 2 learn about the ASP.NET, N plz send me suitable examples which provides me related help about the ASP.NET.

                                               Thanx 2 U    


  5. Norm Petroff says:

    I’m an asp.net developer.  I’ve been designing web applications now for quite some time and have followed asp from the beginning.

    The Atlas framework and the ToolKit are by far one of the best things that has happened to the world of ASP.NET.

    By incororating the Atlas framework into my sites, I can now provide an enhanced experience for the end user, and make my sites behave more like a windows application then a web application (something that the end users are used).

    The framework is easy to learn and even easier to use.  And by learning how to use the extenders, you can create rich clientside Ajax controls for your sites that can be used over and over again without having to code tons complicated javascript.

    2 thumbs up from this guy!  

  6. Links to some free toturials would be much more appreciated, than O’Reilly… 😉

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