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Project Summary

The AJAX Engine that you can find here is built upon the webservice standard protocols SOAP and WSDL for transferring the data between the browser client and the web server.
Features and criteria of this platform:

Cross Browser compatible JavaScript framework, Using standard WebServices protocols for asynchronous client-server communications: (SOAP, WSDL), Multiple DataType and XML support, Automatic generation of JavaScript proxies for WebServices, Fast Response,
AJAX Actions, queuing actions, scheduling actions, Many AJAX enabled web controls are available.

Most of the framework is written in JavaScript. Server side adapters are available for ASP.NET, C# and Java.

The Repository, discussion forums and tracker is available on http://sourceforge.net/projects/ajaxengine/.

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ajax aspnet framework javascript soap webservice

In a Nutshell, AjaxEngine - Aspects of Ajax...

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XML
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JavaScript
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HTML
19%
4 Other
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30 Day Summary

Jun 29 2016 — Jul 29 2016

12 Month Summary

Jul 29 2015 — Jul 29 2016

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