PowerWEB LiveControls for ASP.NET Released

PowerWEB LiveControls for ASP.NET Released

Dart Communications announced PowerWEB LiveControls for ASP.NET. This suite of 20 ASP.NET controls enables software developers to build Web applications that don t require a browser refresh. Just like the Microsoft intrinsic controls, LiveControls trigger events in code-behind, but don t require the client browser to be refreshed when data is sent back to the browser. The LiveControls technology eliminates the flicker and delays associated with a browser refresh, providing a smoother Windows-like behavior for the application. There is no requirement for complex JavaScript or outside plug-in technologies such as Java applets or Flash.

 Some of the key features of PowerWEB LiveControls for ASP.NET include a LiveTimer control that allows server-side code to be executed by polling the server at a specified interval and raising an event; extended Windows-like events for mouse, key, and click; and the ability to manipulate Microsoft and some third-party controls in a callback for maximum flexibility.

   Web applications that can benefit from this technology include inventory control systems that require live data to always be displayed, financial applications that require updated price, news and sports-related Web pages that must be updated in seconds rather than minutes, and polling applications that show live statistics rather than simply a snapshot of a point in time.

 PowerWEB LiveControls for ASP.NET is designed to take advantage of the key features that make ASP.NET and Visual Studio such powerful rapid application development tools. Simply drag and drop any LiveControl onto a WebForm and add code-behind, just like a standard ASP.NET control, to enable callbacks from any ASP.NET application. Microsoft Help 2.0 integration with comprehensive F1 support is included, as well as dozens of tutorials and samples.


Dart Communications

Price: US$499

Web Site: http://www.dart.com


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