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Vishnu Prasad H is a Microsoft MVP working as consultant for Capco IT Services India Ltd, Bangalore. He has four years of software development experience and has expertise in developing applications using Microsoft technologies and languages. You can reach him via email here.
For .NET Zone | February 25, 2004
In Whidbey, there's a better way to call remote server methods without using postbacks or remote scripting—letting you update information in the browser without redrawing the entire page. Find out how to fetch data from the server using a client call.
For .NET Zone | February 2, 2004
As Web applications get more complex, the need for multi-page forms has increased as well. Unfortunately, handling multi-page form data and page navigation in a stateless Web application is particularly demanding. To simplify the process, Microsoft has added built-in multi-page form capability to ASP.NET in the Visual Studio "Whidbey" release. Find out how to give Wizard power to your Web applications.
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