Asynchronous Page Postback for loading custom .NET controls
"Load a part of the content on a web page via Asynchronous Page Postback."
With this movie we will show you how easily you can load a part of the content on a web page via Asynchronous Page Postback.
When to Use:
Hide interactive content with
jQuery enabled collapsible panel. On user interaction, show the panel's
content with dynamically loaded .NET control.
How to Use:
- Create interactive sliding jQuery enabled collapsible panel
- Load dynamically custom .NET control as a content inside the panel
Kiril Iliev started his career as a PR manager for a Bulgarian game software company and later on started working for Dynamic Zones - the company behind the zones network.
He has written a lot of articles for one of the biggest computer magazines in Bulgaria - PC Mania.
He works on various projects including PHP, CSS, and ASP scripting and is support specialist at DMXzone.com.
As of April, 2008 Kiril is acting as Research and Development Manager, researching the trends in the new technologies, especially Silverlight and LINQ implementation