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.net 1.1 && Ajax ???

Hi,

We are still using .net 1.1 and I am working on a problem that I thought
could be 'probably' done easily through 'AJAX'. I visited the ajax.asp.net
site and I got an impression that its only for .net 2.0.

Can any one point me to resources for using AJAX with asp.net 1.1?

Thnx
Mar 23 '07 #1
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Hello DotNetDev,

use other AJAX implementations, such as Magic AJAX and etc. google to find
more

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DHi,
D>
DWe are still using .net 1.1 and I am working on a problem that I
Dthought could be 'probably' done easily through 'AJAX'. I visited the
Dajax.asp.net site and I got an impression that its only for .net 2.0.
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DCan any one point me to resources for using AJAX with asp.net 1.1?
D>
DThnx
D>
Mar 23 '07 #2
There are open source AJAX implementations that can be used for ASP.NET.
AJAX.NET comes tto mind:

http://sourceforge.net/projects/ajaxnet/

I used this on a 1.x project a while back, but I have not kept up with where
it stands as far as functionality.

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Hi,

We are still using .net 1.1 and I am working on a problem that I thought
could be 'probably' done easily through 'AJAX'. I visited the ajax.asp.net
site and I got an impression that its only for .net 2.0.

Can any one point me to resources for using AJAX with asp.net 1.1?

Thnx
Mar 24 '07 #3

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