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VSLive! FL 2007: What ASP.NET Developers Should Know About JavaScript

Get a foundation for understanding advanced JavaScript concepts.

Watch the video of the session! (Running time: 57 minutes)

You've been using JavaScript in your ASP.NET applications for years, but the rise of AJAX-enabled applications has made this language a critical step in the path to a successful Web project. This session will help you move beyond using JavaScript for simple button-click logic. It will provide you with the foundation for understanding more advanced JavaScript concepts — concepts that are utilized in many of today's AJAX libraries. You'll look at inheritance, prototypes, JavaScript Object Notation (JSON) and best practices for this dynamic language.

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