Partial Rendering Misses AJAX Architectural Points

Posted by: Dino Espositos WebLog, on 19 Sep 2007 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Partial rendering is one of the two approaches that ASP.NET AJAX propounds. It works by applying the Interceptor pattern and hooking up the submit event of the form. The event handler then kicks in and operates the intercepted request via XMLHttpRequest instead of going through the browser. From the perspective of the ASP.NET runtime, business is as usual. So the request goes through the usual lifecycle and fires Init and Load events, and handles the postback and updates the viewstate. Undoubtedly,...

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