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LINQ, ATLAS and WPF/E

Nigel Parkers Outside Line, September 14, 2005
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I was just blown away by Don Box, Anders Hejlsberg, Chris Anderson & Scott Guthery demonstrating The Language Integrated Query (LINQ) Project during the keynote at PDC. The application started wit...

PRS 312: ASP.NET: Future Directions Developing Rich Applications with "Atlas" (Part 1)

Bill Evjens Blog, September 14, 2005
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Session PRS 312Title: ASP.NET: Future Directions Developing Rich Applications with "Atlas" (Part 1)Speakers: Shanku Niyogi, Group Program Manager, Microsoft This is one of the sessions I was really ...

New ATLAS framework bits and Google Blog Search

Peter Brombergs UnBlog, September 14, 2005
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Not much else needed to say about this except here's the link!It's been almost 2 1/2 years since Google picked up Pyra Labs, (Blogger publishing service), and Google has been promising blog search sin...

Atlas Keynote Walkthrough

ScottGus Blog, September 14, 2005
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I mentioned a little earlier that Id post the Atlas sample code and overall talk flow from the keynote demo I was part of earlier today at the PDC.  Here it is below:   Step 1: The Web Servi...

Atlas revealed at PDC

More Whidbey stuff, September 14, 2005
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Atlas was revealed this morning at the PDC keynote. It was a very fast-paced demonstration by Scott Guthrie which started with the client-side querying of an Indigo service (which itself was exposing ...

Followup on Atlas requiring Whidbey Beta2

Wallace B. McClure, September 14, 2005
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Well, I was one of several people that diligently downloaded the Atlas bits and installed them onto my copy of the Release Candidate bits.  I created a website project and.............watched it ...

Atlas beta web site is live!

Bipin Joshi.com :: Thoughts on .NET, Life, Yoga and more, September 14, 2005
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Today Microsoft released the beta site for Atlas (AJAX for ASP.NET). Here is the URL: http://atlas.asp.net Also available are QuickStarts and Hands On Labs..... (read complete post here.)...

ASP.NET Atlas Project Unleashed!

MrDaves (David Yack) Blog!, September 14, 2005
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Scott G has just blogged about finishing his key note at PDC and the release of a version of atlas that you can play with.  Find more info here If you get a chance to play with it let me know, I&...

ASP.NET Atlas Preview

Colt Kwongs Blog, September 14, 2005
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Ajax, Gmail, Google map... Ok ok, that's enough... Go to the Atlas web site and experience the Atlas project from the ASP.NET PDC Preview by yourself! (Remember to visit the forums of Atlas too) Colt ...

Atlas preview website

Rich Erseks Blog, September 13, 2005
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One of my roles in the Web Platform & Tools team is managing our ASP.NET websites, including www.asp.net, beta.asp.net (running ASP.NET 2.0 since April!) and the ASP.NET Forums.  Were about ...

Atlas preview website

Rich Erseks Blog, September 13, 2005
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One of my roles in the Web Platform & Tools team is managing our ASP.NET websites, including www.asp.net, beta.asp.net (running ASP.NET 2.0 since April!) and the ASP.NET Forums.  Were about ...

Atlas Unleashed...

ScottGus Blog, September 13, 2005
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I just finished up giving my keynote demo with Anders, Don and Chris about an hour ago.  Coding on the fly in front of 8,000 people for 45 minutes on a single machine with no cutaways or backups ...

ASP.NET Atlas is now live!

ShankuNs Blog, September 13, 2005
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This morning, we just showed Atlas for the first time to the public in Jim Allchin's keynote at PDC 2005. We've been working on Atlas for a few months now, and it's very exciting to be able to have an...

Passing multiple parameters through Atlas to a web service

Wallace B. McClure, September 13, 2005
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The Atlas examples that I looked at had one parameter being passed into a web service.  I wanted to see how to had multiple parameters.  I figured I had two options: Create a custom object ...

Atlas is alive, long live Atlas!

MarkItUp - Thinking Products, September 13, 2005
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This is the big news of the day, ATLAS is now live :-) I can't wait to get into this stuff and have even set aside a section in a document that I'm writing to discuss it. UPDATE: I just had some feedb...

Atlas Unveiled

Nikhil Kotharis Weblog, September 13, 2005
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Atlas was just demoed publicly for the first time this morning at the PDC05 keynote. It was great to see all the work that started just a few months ago come together and alive, along with listening t...

Atlas Beta Released!

Jason N. Gaylords Blog, September 13, 2005
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This morning at the Microsoft PDC in Los Angelas, California (USA), Microsoft released its first beta of the Atlas project. Atlas is the code-named project for Microsoft's AJAX (Asynchonous Javascript...

Of FireAnt and Kahuna

Wallace B. McClure, September 13, 2005
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I've been trying to put the pieces together in my mind on what these products are.  Kahuna is a beta version of hotmail (saying it that way probably does not do it justice).  FireAnt is...

Atlas bits require Beta2

Wallace B. McClure, September 13, 2005
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According to RichE, you need to have the beta2 bits of Whidbey to run the current Atlas download.  They will release an update for the RC/PDC bits, but today's bits require beta2..............Oh ...

Things I'd like to know about Atlas (aka Ajax from Microsoft)

Wallace B. McClure, September 6, 2005
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Wow, I am all pumped that sometime during the week of September 12, I'll get to start learning about Microsoft's Atlas project.  Just thinking outloud, here are some things that I would like to k...

The AJAX Dilemma: Is Another Acronym Needed

Peter Brombergs UnBlog, August 20, 2005
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One of my recent articles on eggheadcafe.com got some comments. Some were interesting, some were your typical ""comment spam"", and a couple, while seemingly authoritative, (including one from an ...

Tim Haines is putting up $150 to get some AJAX brainstorming underway

Paul Wilsons .NET Blog, August 2, 2005
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Tim Haines is conducting a "blogversation" to get people brainstorming some ways to use AJAX with his e-commerce store.  The interesting thing to me is the incentive -- he's putting up a $150 A...

Brock Allen about ASP.NET callbacks and Ajax

More Whidbey stuff, July 27, 2005
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Brock Allen wrote an interesting post on his blog comparing Ajax and the callback feature of ASP.NET. Most of the concerns he has about ASP.NET callbacks are addressed in my Fun with callbacks series ...

MSN Virtual Earth

XML-BLOG, July 25, 2005
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It virtually works for me. That is, in Firefox, the initial page loads and clicking on Florida gets me nowhere. Some weird Ajax call is apparently failing here. Clicking on the locate me link takes me...

Some observations on Script Callbacks, "AJAX", "ATLAS" and where it's all going.

Peter Brombergs UnBlog, July 16, 2005
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I've taken a more than cursory interest in the whole Remote Scripting (.NET species) vs. AJAX and now ATLAS discussion, mostly because I started using Remote Scripting since Microsoft first released i...

AJAX, ATLAS, FIREFOX, REMOTE SCRIPTING REDUX

Peter Brombergs UnBlog, July 8, 2005
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Some elegant and also some confusing things are coming out of the Ajax thing. A look at Scott Guthrie's blog announcement of the ATLAS project revealed a lot of ""me too"" comment spam -like promo...

Putting Atlas on the Map

AspNetResources.com articles, news and updates, July 4, 2005
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I’d like to clarify my position on the notion of Ajax as a follow-up to a previous post on this subject. So far I’ve seen people run around with Ajax banners, chanting: “Ko01, now th...

Ajax vs. Atlas

Cirrus Minor, July 4, 2005
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Don't worry I didn't switch to blogging on Greek mythology (well, not yet anyway)this is still a technology blog. Ajax is an old/new web development paradigm. It is basically a...

AJAX: Forget the form post and waiting

The Code Project Latest Articles, July 4, 2005
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AJAX can help you by helping you to improve the sites which dont throw away all the data at once to the end-user, hence reducing the page size and also removing the frustrating whole page load scenari...

yay @ atlas

Andy Smiths Blog, June 29, 2005
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The cat's out of the bag about Atlas. AJAX may actually get productive soon. Not to dismiss the other frameworks in place at all. ( AJAX.net has some great ideas there ) It's just easier to ...

yay @ atlas

Andy Smiths Blog, June 29, 2005
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The cat's out of the bag about Atlas. AJAX may actually get productive soon. Not to dismiss the other frameworks in place at all. ( AJAX.net has some great ideas there ) It's just easier to ...

Enter Atlas

Visual ActiveKent Sharkey .NET SE 3.11 : ASP.NET, June 29, 2005
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As those who read Scott Guthrie's blog already know, the ASP.NET team will be adding support for AJAX functionality in ASP.NET 2.0, codenamed, "Atlas". Here's an excerpt from his post: All of the p...

Atlas project announced

More Whidbey stuff, June 29, 2005
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Scott Guthrie announced the Atlas project in a recent blog post. The Atlas project aims at considerably simplifying and enriching the client script development experience. It includes but is not limit...

AJAX model for ASP.NET (code named Atlas)

Bipin Joshi.com :: Thoughts on .NET, Life, Yoga and more, June 28, 2005
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Got this interesting link from ScottGu's web log. With Atlas coming into picture we can hope to see even more richer web sites. Read complete post at Atlas Project .... (read complete post here.)...

XML/Http -> AJAX -> Atlas

Julia Lerman Blog - Dont Be Iffy..., June 28, 2005
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Since February, the blogosphere has been abuzz with AJAX, which had been used by GoogleMaps and impressed the pants off of a lot of web developers. AJAX incorporates XMLHttp ...

Atlas Project: AJAX and more...

Nikhil Kotharis Weblog, June 28, 2005
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In Whidbey we have callbacks, which is a key building block, and perhaps a first step, to building AJAX-style applications. But AJAX is much more than that - its a whole paradigm of developing rich We...

Atlas Project

ScottGus Blog, June 28, 2005
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We are now well into the final RTM milestone of the ASP.NET 2.0 and Visual Web Developer 2005 release. Having reached our ZBB (Zero Bug Bounce), we are now locked down on our feature set, and were fo...

Atlas to carry the world of scripting

Dino Espositos WebLog, June 28, 2005
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Now it's official--ASP.NET 2.0 (and even more future versions) will provide a strong support for cross-browser scripting in AJAX-style. Read the news here.  ScottGu and NikhilK bring more to the ...

Ajax: continued

Geek Speak, April 1, 2005
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Continuing from last post on Ajax, this post speaks more about the actual implementation of Ajax and issues surrounding it. The reason why Ajax is popular is that first it uses existing technologies...

SOA, AJAX and REST: The Software Industry Devolves into the Fashion Industry

Dare Obasanjos WebLog, March 22, 2005
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Ever since the article Ajax: A New Approach to Web Applications unleashed itself on the Web I’ve seen the cacophony of hype surrounding Asynchronous JavaScript + XML (aka AJAX reach thunderous levels....

Ajax From a Different Point of View

Fiftyfoureleven.com Web Development Weblog - Full Posts, March 22, 2005
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There has certainly been a lot of hubub after Jesse James Garrett posted his article defining Ajax, and from where I sit, it would appear that some people still don't get it. This has been more then j...