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ASP.NET AJAX supports ASMX Web methods as endpoints for asynchronous AJAX callbacks. Efficient on the wire (no SOAP or XML)

ASP.NET AJAX supports ASMX Web methods as endpoints for asynchronous AJAX callbacks. Efficient on the wire (no SOAP or XML)

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  • If no event name is specified in a trigger, the trigger automatically references the control's default event (e.g., Button.Click)
  • Call Web service and use WDH to show traffic on the wire.
  • One of the "Helper Classes" is WebServiceClientProxyGenerator , which RestClientProxyHandler calls upon to generate JavaScript proxies.
  • ASP.NET AJAX’s JSON serializers provide special handling for one common .NET data type that isn’t handled natively by JSON: System.DateTime . Here’s how System.Web.Script.Serialization.JavaScriptSerializer serializes a date and time representing midnight on January 1, 2000 into JSON: "@946702800000@" The number between @ signs is the number of milliseconds elapsed since January 1, 1970. This is the format used by the ASP.NET AJAX Release Candidate (RC); it will probably be tweaked before RTM.
  • The first null passed to the login function is used to pass custom data. The second null is a redirect URL. If a redirect URL is specified, the user is redirected to that location following a successful login. The third parameter to the login function specifies whether a logged-in user should be issued a temporary auth cookie (false) or a persistent auth cookie (true). In order for all this to work, the application's authentication mode must be set to "Forms."