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Download REPACK Ajax Control Toolkit Zip

The AJAX Control Toolkit contains more than 30 free controls that you can use in your ASP.NET applications. In this tutorial, you learn how to download the AJAX Control Toolkit and add the toolkit controls to your Visual Studio/Visual Web Developer Express toolbox.

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The easiest way to use the AJAX Control Toolkit is to add the toolkit to your Visual Studio/Visual Web Developer toolbox (see Figure 3). That way, you can simply drag a toolkit control onto a page when you want to use it.

you will also need to have a asp:ScriptManager control on every page that you want to use ajax controls on. you should be able to just drag the scriptmanager over from your toolbox one the toolkit is installed following Zack's instructions.

It's really simple, just download the latest toolkit from Codeplex and add the extracted AjaxControlToolkit.dll to your toolbox in Visual Studio by right clicking the toolbox and selecting 'choose items'. You will then have the controls in your Visual STudio toolbox and using them is just a matter of dragging and dropping them onto your form, of course don't forget to add a asp:ScriptManager to every page that uses controls from the toolkit, or optionally include it in your master page only and your content pages will inherit the script manager.

In this step by step article we will see how to add AjaxControlToolkit into our asp .net project. Ajax Control toolkit provide us various useful controls and extenders. In this article we will see how to install AjaxControlkit in our project using following techniques:

I see that I have version 3.0.20229.0 of ajaxcontroltoolkit.dll on a server and on my local machine I have version of ajaxcontroltoolkit.dll in a AjaxControlToolkit-Framework3.5SP1 directory. So does 3.0.20229.0 correspond to 3.5 pre sp1?

So, even if you have no intention of ever writing any controls of your own,the toolkit is worth downloading just to get access to the over thirty controlsthat you can start using immediately.

Before we get started, you will most likely want to play around with the sample website that is included with the toolkit. It offers a perfect way to get an idea of what the different controls included in the toolkit do and how they work. If you want to see the code behind the samples, you will want to set up a local copy. To do this, simply follow these simple steps.

1) Extract the zip file into a folder. Open the SampleWebsite\bin directory in the unziped folder, there's a file AjaxControlToolkit.dll.2) Right click on the toolbar of VS to add a new tab, named "Toolkit 3.5". Right click the newly created tab and select "Choose Items..." Click on the Browse button and navigate to the unzipped toolkit folder. Select the file AjaxControlToolkit.dll under SampleWebsite\bin directory, then Click on OK.The AjaxControlToolkit's controls will appear under the new tab "Toolkit 3.5"

The AJAX (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML) Control Toolkit is an extension of the ASP.NET framework developed by Microsoft to enhance client-side behavior of the standard WebForms controls. It is an open source project hosted on CodePlex and available for download at

The AJAX Control Toolkit comes in a ZIP archive that you need to extract to a directory on your hard drive. Before you can begin using AJAX controls, you need to add the downloaded AjaxControlToolkit.dll as a reference to your web application project in Visual Studio.

Notice that this example uses a custom ajax: tag prefix with the CalendarExtender without actually registering it. We could have used the ASP.NET directive to register this tag prefix directly in the DateTime_Edit.ascx. However, because the AJAX Control Toolkit is used in other field templates of this sample project, it is better to register it in the Web.config as shown in Listing 3.8. This makes the AJAX controls available in all pages and controls of the web application and helps you avoid having to register the same tag prefix in multiple pages and user controls.

Previous releases of the Ajax Control Toolkit optimized performance for a single page but not multiple pages. When you visited each page in an app, the Ajax Control Toolkit would combine all of the JavaScript files required by the controls in the page into a new JavaScript file. So, even if every page in your app used the exact same controls, visitors would need to download a new combined Ajax Control Toolkit JavaScript file for each page visited.

In this case, only the JavaScript files required by the CalendarExtender control, and not the ComboBox, would be downloaded because the CalendarBundle lists only the CalendarExtender control. You can use multiple named control bundles with the ToolkitScriptManager and you will get all of the scripts from both bundles.

1. If you do not create an AjaxControlToolkit.config file then the ToolkitScriptManager will download all of the JavaScript files required for all of the controls in the Ajax Control Toolkit. This is the easy but low performance option. 041b061a72


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