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WCF and jQuery: A Perfect Couple

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Recorded Live at Philly.NET CodeCamp April 2010

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This session reviews how to use the AJAX features of jQuery to communicate with WCF using JSON.

Chris Love is currently developing all new web sites in ASP.NET 2.0/3.0, but still have a few in ASP.NET 1.1. The rest is current history, but a rugged one to say the least.


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  • GeoffreyGeoffreyk boom

    Chris, you mentioned that you are inlining your event bindings. Are you doing that only for javascrpit generated HTML? If not, aren't you at risk of referencing code that has not yet loaded if you are loading all of your javascript at the bottom of the page?

  • I dont remember the context at this point, but I probably saw I had inline some event handlers and realized I need to move those out. With that said in the microtemplating syntax you do not really have a way to avlid inlining in the case of the table row. But you can do that with the new MSFT templating plugin. I should have more time to write about using it in July.


    Where can I download the sample code?

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