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Developing Service-Oriented AJAX Applications on the Microsoft Platform

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Make your rich Internet applications easier to write, manage, and update by leveraging ASP.NET AJAX, the Microsoft AJAX Library, and the Windows® mmunication Foundation Web programming model. With extensive code samples and guidance from an AJAX expert, you’ll learn to separate the Web services API layer and user interface—a service-oriented approach that allows you to easily add features and integrate ...

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Overview

Make your rich Internet applications easier to write, manage, and update by leveraging ASP.NET AJAX, the Microsoft AJAX Library, and the Windows® mmunication Foundation Web programming model. With extensive code samples and guidance from an AJAX expert, you’ll learn to separate the Web services API layer and user interface—a service-oriented approach that allows you to easily add features and integrate components as your application evolves.

Discover how to:

  • Employ an architecture pattern that highlights the Web services API
  • Tap the AJAX Library framework, extensions, namespaces, and runtime controls
  • Enable authentication, profiles, and authorization using AJAX application services
  • Apply JavaScript models for object-oriented development and XSLT for client-side rendering
  • Use the AJAX Library event-based programming model and component-based JavaScript architecture
  • Deploy Web services and AJAX controls to Windows SharePoint Services® 3.0 and Microsoft Office SharePoint® Server 2007
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780735625914
  • Publisher: Microsoft Press
  • Publication date: 11/12/2008
  • Pages: 352
  • Product dimensions: 7.30 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 1.10 (d)

Meet the Author

Daniel Larson is a Microsoft MVP for SharePoint Server 2007. He works at NewsGator Technologies as a software engineer where he develops blogging, social networking, and portal software. Dan is also an avid blogger about ASP.NET AJAX and SharePoint Products and Technologies.

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Table of Contents

Foreword;
Acknowledgments;
Introduction;
Who This Book Is For;
What This Book Is About;
What Won’t Be Covered;
The Author’s Blog;
Companion Content;
Hardware and Software Requirements;
Find Additional Content Online;
Support for This Book;
Part I: AJAX and WCF;
Chapter 1: Service-Oriented AJAX Fundamentals;
Service-Based AJAX: Architecture Overview;
The Client-Side Runtime;
Introducing Windows Communications Foundation;
Summary;
Chapter 2: The AJAX Application Server: Service Orientation and the Windows Communication Foundation;
The Benefits of WCF as the AJAX Services Platform;
Service Orientation and Service-Based AJAX Applications;
WCF Fundamentals;
ASP.NET Runtime Support for WCF Services;
Case Study: Introducing the Knowledge Base Reference Application;
Web Services for AJAX Using ASP.NET 2.0 ASMX;
Summary;
Chapter 3: The AJAX Application Server: Windows Communication Foundation’s Web Programming Model;
WCF and the Web Programming Model;
Introducing WCF Syndication Services;
Implementing REST Web Services Using ASP.NET 2.0 HTTP Handlers;
Summary;
Part II: Practical AJAX;
Chapter 4: The AJAX Runtime with the Microsoft AJAX Library;
Understanding the Client-Side Programming Model;
Deploying the Runtime with ASP.NET Server Controls;
Object-Oriented JavaScript Fundamentals;
The Microsoft Ajax Library JavaScript Type Extensions;
Summary;
Chapter 5: The Microsoft AJAX Library;
The Microsoft AJAX Library Client Framework;
JavaScript Base Type Extensions;
Coding to Support Visual Studio IntelliSense;
Summary;
Chapter 6: AJAX Application Services with Sys.Services;
ASP.NET AJAX Application Services with Sys.Services;
Service-Oriented Application Services over WCF;
Customizing WCF Application Services;
Summary;
Part III: Applied AJAX;
Chapter 7: Building an AJAX Class Library with Components;
Understanding Properties and Events in the AJAX Library;
Developing Components Using the AJAX Library Framework;
Summary;
Chapter 8: Building AJAX Controls;
The Ajax Library Behavior Class;
The Ajax Library Control Class;
Case Study: Creating a Wiki Application Control;
Summary;
Chapter 9: AJAX and XSLT;
XML Rendering with XSLT;
XSLT Basics;
Creating an XSLT View;
Case Study: Implementing Navigation in the Wiki Application with an Xml Control;
Summary;
Chapter 10: AJAX and Browser History;
The History Problem;
History Support in the Microsoft AJAX Library;
Case Study: Adding History to the Wiki Application;
Summary;
Chapter 11: Extending SharePoint with Service-Oriented AJAX;
Introducing the SharePoint Application Platform;
Deploying Code Through Web Parts;
Sample Application: Creating a Site Chat;
Summary;
Appendix : About the Author;
Appendix : Additional Resources for Developers from Microsoft Press;
Visual Basic;
Visual C#;
Web Development;
Data Access;
.NET Framework;
Other Developer Topics;
Appendix : More Great Developer Resources;
Developer Step by Step;
Developer Reference;
Focused Topics;

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