[How Do I:] Associate AJAX Client Behavior with an ASP.NET Server Control?

By Chris Pels|18 minutes|
Learn how to create a client behavior based upon Microsoft AJAX that can be associated with an ASP.NET server control on an .aspx page. The client behavior extends the functionality of the standard ASP.NET control through association rather than by creating a new custom control. Therefore, the behavior can be reused across multiple instances or types of ASP.NET controls depending upon its implementation.


This article was originally created on October 18, 2007

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Chris Pels

Chris Pels – Chris has been instrumental in the architecture, development, and implementation of a wide variety of business systems and databases as a technology consultant since 1986. He has extensive experience in business analysis, technical specifications, database design, several programming languages including C# and VB.NET, and statistical analysis. He holds a Ph.D. from The University of Michigan and has been a speaker at Microsoft TechEd, Microsoft DevDays, VSLive, numerous events in New England