Last post Apr 20, 2009 09:07 AM by raxitr
Apr 20, 2009 02:48 AM|raxitr|LINK
I am planning to extend asp.net server controls with most popular client side framework JQuery. There are couple of points which I need to confirm regarding the way jquery framework should be integrated in the custom control class library.
1) One option is to add JQuery & required plug-Ins as an embedded resource to the custom control class library but at the same time there are great chances of conflict if project, in which custom controls are used, add the reference of the same or latest version
of Jquery/Plug-Ins. Another down side might be if more than two such controls are used then they would confilct each other.
2) Second option is to ask the developers to add reference of jquery & required Plug-Ins in the project if they wish to use the custom controls.
3) Developing ajax like Script Manager which would register required Jquery & plugin script to the page.
Let me know your valuable thoughts on which option I should opt for or any other way I could achieve this. Correct me if I am wrong at any place.
Thanks in advance.
Apr 20, 2009 08:58 AM|DarrellNorton|LINK
There's not much out there. You can read some of Rick Strahl's thoughts on this problem here:
Apr 20, 2009 09:07 AM|raxitr|LINK
Thanks for your time. I will surely go through Rick Strahl's blog.
I will update the thread if I find something useful. Thanks for the link. [:)]