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This whitepaper is based on the Beta 2 release of the Visual Studio 2008 and the . NET AJAX Extensions into the Base Class Library (where it was previously an add-on component available for ASP. This whitepaper also assumes that you are using Visual Studio 2008 and not Visual Web Developer Express Edition; some project templates that are referenced may not be available to Visual Web Developer Express users. NET AJAX Extensions is the ability to do a partial or incremental page updates without doing a full postback to the server, with no code changes and minimal markup changes.
However, most issues that I have seen relating to j Query POST requests seem to result from a lack of understanding about how these settings actually work.
You can post a range of different data types including form values, arrays, Java Script objects and JSON.
So today I needed content in a div to refresh every 5 seconds so I decided to do a quick demo to show you how it can be done.
It initially loads the content using AJAX shorthand method .load() and then simply sets a recurring call for the data every 5 seconds.
Here's a simple form: The serialize command is called on the form element as a whole, which means that all form fields will be included in the request, and again, the content Type is not specified so it falls back to the default .