Jan 08, 2006 08:49 AM|BillKrat|LINK
Excerpt from http://www.asp.net/default.aspx?tabindex=9&tabid=47 follows:
will run with little or no change in any modern browser. Examples of “Atlas” style applications include Microsoft's
Virtual Earth site, Microsoft's
Outlook Web Access e-mail client, and
If you're looking for asynchronous communications without callbacks then you'll want to investigate ATLAS (as I have). Within minutes of installing the ATLAS template in VS2005, and following their walkthrough documentation, I had a client application
communicating with a .NET Web Service! Since 90% of my work will be done in the C# Web Service I am very excited about this new feature/power!
It took me a wee bit longer (hit'n miss) to migrate the components to the CSK - the following are the steps I took:
With the above changes you can run their demo directly. If you do a "View Source" of the document you'll find that required code changes were made to the html document to permit it to run.
My attempts to update communityDefault.aspx.cs to contain the necessary header resulted in minor corruption of my layout and the header information showed up in my html source without the necessary modifications - it didn't work.
A solution that does work (requiring no modification to the CSK outside of web.config) involves creating a Custom Module - the following is a module called CHAT:
The AtlasScript.aspx (demo file) runs inside of the iFrame without a glitch!
If you're using ASP.NET 2.0 technology you'll want to check this out!