Building a Web 2.0 Portal with ASP.Net 3.5: None by Omar AL Zabir

By Omar AL Zabir

Development an internet 2.0 Portal with ASP.Net 3.5Warning: This booklet is intended for builders who have already got previous wisdom of asp.net technology.This appears like such an apparently reliable publication in case you have already got a few wisdom of ASP.NET know-how. I regrettably didn't have previous wisdom of asp.net. yet having learn via it I felt the writer wrote very fascinating stuff. i've got on account that begun studying asp.net 3.5, with a bit of luck i will take hold of the suggestions in taught during this textual content. when you are new to asp.net please purchase asp.net newbie books like starting ASP.NET 3.5 in C# 2008: From beginner to specialist, moment variation (Beginning from amateur to specialist) written via Matthew Macdonald. Or get one other excellent asp.net text(ASP.NET 3.5 Unleashed) written through Stephen Walter.

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They will fail when trying to read data from ViewState because no ViewState exists for them yet. NET postback concept for the widgets. NET postback with our own definition of postback for Widgets. Maximizing the First-Visit Experience The most challenging part of a web portal is the first-visit experience. On first visit, a new user gets a page that is set up with predefined widgets that are ready for further customization (see Figure 2-13). NET AJAX runtime scripts Initialize drag and drop and other client-side behaviors Client-side activities Figure 2-13.

NET postback with our own definition of postback for Widgets. Maximizing the First-Visit Experience The most challenging part of a web portal is the first-visit experience. On first visit, a new user gets a page that is set up with predefined widgets that are ready for further customization (see Figure 2-13). NET AJAX runtime scripts Initialize drag and drop and other client-side behaviors Client-side activities Figure 2-13. , shows the weather in the user’s city by inferring the user’s location based on the IP address • Renders the widgets and any associated client script • Delivers the entire client framework to support the web portal functionality The challenge here is to execute server-side tasks instantly so the server does not have a noticeable delay before it starts to deliver the page content to the browser.

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