How To: Enable Microsoft ASP.NET Ajax Extension RC1 (and Dec. 2006 CTP) on an existing site
[Old article warning... you are probably looking for this.] [Here’s the latest update to my series of
articles on enabling MS Ajax and the CTP in an existing site. Sorry, there are
enough changes that we need a new article. By the way I provide the differences
between the last beta and the rc1]
Enabling Microsoft ASP.NET Ajax Extensions
As with the last time we need to make some edits to the Web.Config
Land of the ORMs
As many of you know I have made some strong statements in the past regarding ORMs (in fact I’ve probably lost readers over it). Recently in my day job, I was given two projects that I decided to use an ORM for (and I used different ones each time). I used the writings of my fellow blogger, David Haydn, to help me settle on an ORM for each project.
Project #1 – CastleProject’s ActiveRecord with MS AccessYes, you read that right. I had to use Access with a fairly small web project (this was the client’s spec not mine). So as...
Script#!!!!! (new release)
I hope I don’t upset Nikhil Kothari off (unless I missed his announcement), but I was on his projects site today and noticed that he’s updated Script# (the Ajax toolkit I have been having the most fun with lately).
The new release appears to include support for WPF/E, .aspx code-behind, the “Atlas” type-system, and an installer…