Introduction and Scope

Modified on 2010/05/10 16:29 by Stephen Walther — Categorized as: Uncategorized

These standards are intended to be used for software written in JavaScript using the Ajax Control Toolkit.

They have been designed to maintain consistency with the published “Design Guidelines for Developing Class Libraries” and internal Microsoft coding standards for the .NET Framework where possible, whilst prioritizing JavaScript compatibility, performance, and maintainability.

The content is split into sections that can be consumed relatively independently, to enable you to get started quickly;
Further guidance is available from the Microsoft ASP.NET and Ajax product group blogs, from Patterns and Practices, and on the ASP.NET Community Site.

The standards in this document do not cover all topics that must be considered when building applications with JavaScript, and therefore it is recommended that other information sources are consulted in partnership. In particular, consider seeking guidance on:

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