Adding Ajax Functionality to ASP.NET Controls
The topics in this section provide tutorials and examples for creating ASP.NET Web server controls and client components that are based on the Microsoft Ajax Library.
In This Section
Creating an Extender Control to Associate a Client Behavior with a Web Server Control
Shows how to create a server-based extender control that attaches a client behavior to other Web server controls.
Adding Client Capabilities to a Web Server Control
Shows how to create an ASP.NET Web server control that includes client functionality.
Creating Client Components and Controls
Lists tutorials for creating client components that are based on the Microsoft Ajax Library.
Creating Custom Non-Visual Client Components
Describes the differences between client component types, and shows how to create custom non-visual client components.
Creating Custom AJAX Client Controls
Describes how to create a client component that represents a DOM element as a client object and that changes the DOM element's regular behavior to provide new functionality.
Creating a Client Component Class Using the Prototype Model
Defining Custom Component Properties and Raising PropertyChanged Events
Describes how to create component properties that notify the developer when their values change.
Releasing Component Resources
Describes how to safely dispose a component, including how to release any resources that it is holding in order to free memory.
Creating Custom Client Events
Describes how to create a custom client event and add the event to the client page life cycle.
How to: Determine Whether Microsoft Ajax Functionality is Available
Describes how to determine whether ASP.NET AJAX functionality is available so that custom controls and script-registration code can take appropriate action based on the capability of the hosting environment.