One of the main criticisms of the ASP.NET AJAX approach is the “all or nothing” attitude the components have regards callbacks and updates. This is both a blessing and a curse, for while the AJAX components are very easy to work with, they also introduce significant network overhead and come with their own set of caveats.
After the cut, we’ll discuss adding support for JQuery to Visual Studio.
First up, you’ll need to make sure you’re running
After this, you’ll need to install an additional patch from Microsoft to add support for “Visual Studio documentation files”, documentation files designed to work with VS08 with a “-vsdoc.js” suffix.
Now you’ve got the outline of the project. Next we’ll discuss the architecture for the project and the components that make it happen.