Scott Guthrie announces future plans for async callback story (AJAX-style stuff)

Date Published: 28 June 2005

Scott Guthrie announces future plans for async callback story (AJAX-style stuff)

Scottwrites:

What

we’ve set out to do is to make it dramatically easier for anyone to build

AJAX-style web applications that deliver rich, interactive, and personalized

experiences. Developers should be able to build these applications without great

expertise in client scripting; they should be able to integrate their browser UI

seamlessly with the rest of their applications; and they should be able to

develop and debug these applications with ease.

For

this work, we’ve been working on a new project on our team, codenamed

Atlas”. Our goal is to produce a developer preview release on top of

ASP.NET 2.0 for the PDC this September, and then have a website where we can

keep updating the core bits, publishing samples, and building an active

community around it.

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Steve Smith

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Steve is an experienced software architect and trainer, focusing currently on ASP.NET Core and Domain-Driven Design.

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