MSDN Webcast: Building AJAX-Enabled Applications with ASP.NET Code Name "Atlas"

Just a quick reminder about my “Atlas” webcast tomorrow…

MSDN Webcast: Building AJAX-Enabled Applications with ASP.NET Code Name “Atlas” (Level 200)


Microsoft ASP.NET code name “Atlas” is a set of Web development technologies that integrates client script libraries with the ASP.NET 2.0 server-based development framework. “Atlas” offers the same type of development platform for client-based Web pages that ASP.NET offers for server-based pages. Because “Atlas” is an extension of ASP.NET, it is fully integrated with server-based services. In this webcast, find out how easy it is to use the “Atlas” features and tools to build applications with Asynchronous Java and XML (AJAX) capabilities in ASP.NET 2.0. We also introduce and discuss new “Atlas” server controls that leverage the client script libraries.

Presenter: Marc Schweigert, Developer Evangelist, Microsoft Federal D&PE


Date:   Wednesday, July 19, 2006
1:00 PM Pacific Time (US & Canada)
Language: English-United States
Recommended For:   developers

Comments (2)

  1. db_cooper1950 says:

    Hi Marc,

    Great webcast I look forward to your next webcast on Friday.  You seem to have the energy and zeal to research the answers that you do not readily have the answers to, which are not many, and you seem to go that extra mile to give us the information we need to develop "Atlas" enabled sites.  

    I just wanted to ask that you keep one thing in mind, when you are in application sharing mode, during demos, could you please slow down just a bit.  This is not really your fault, as the sharing mode slows the refresh rate down and we are left with not really grasping what we are seeing when you are already moving on to something else.  Otherwise your webcast was very well done, and I gathered allot of great information from you.


    David B.