Through out the years I’ve seen the web go from purely text sites, to graphics intensive sites, and finally to content driven sites. About 11 years ago I remember developing my first web page. It began as a purely informational site, as it progressed it went more and more graphic’s intensive. Looking back at it now I realize that sites like that focused on the wrong aspect of what the digital age has brought to us. (more…)
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The first public Beta release of Microsoft ASP.NET AJAX v1.0 (code-named “Atlas”) is now available for download. ASP.NET AJAX is a free framework for creating client-centric, interactive Web applications that work across many popular browsers and on any server platform. This Beta release is a preview of the fully-supported version of ASP.NET AJAX scheduled for release by the end of this year. Beginning with this Beta release, the Microsoft AJAX Library is also available in an easy-to-install, standalone package for development on non-Windows systems. For more information, visit the http://ajax.asp.net/default.aspx?tabid=47 site.