jQuery in ASP.NET Talk at PDC

Mark your calendars and come to my jQuery in ASP.NET talk at PDC. It looks like my talk is scheduled for Tuesday (10/28/2008) at 5:15pm. You can still register for the PDC here:


I'm really excited about the new possibilities that jQuery, in combination with the new features of the ASP.NET AJAX framework, opens up for building Ajax applications. My talk discusses using jQuery in the context of both ASP.NET Web Forms and ASP.NET MVC applications.

Here's the talk description:


Introducing jQuery in ASP.NET

jQuery is an open source JavaScript library that has a passionate following among Ajax developers. Microsoft is integrating the open source jQuery library into both the ASP.NET Web Forms and ASP.NET MVC frameworks and providing full product support.

ASP.NET AJAX and jQuery is a powerful combination for building client-side, database-driven web applications. By taking advantage of ASP.NET AJAX client templates and controls, you can create declarative client-side user interfaces. By taking advantage of jQuery’s rich selector and animation support, you can easily select page elements and augment your pages with compelling visual effects.

In this talk, learn how you can use jQuery to build richly interactive client-side Ajax applications when developing either ASP.NET Web Forms or ASP.NET MVC applications. Learn how JQuery works in combination with ASP.NET AJAX to provide the best framework for building Ajax applications.


Looking forward to seeing you at the PDC!


  • I am so happy to see Microsoft adopting jQuery. I have been using it in ASP.NET for years and think it is genius.

    We have a free jQuery ASP.NET Animation project called RIAnimation. You might like to play with it in MVC: http://www.hushhushmedia.com/page/RIAnimation.aspx

  • Hello Stefan,
    It was a great value for time to watch your presentation (video) in the weekend. It was really a great pesentation. Your presentation skills are very good. You kept a very positive attitude in all over the presentation.

    I hope to see more like this in future.
    Thank You So Much.

  • I didn't know much about jQuery before. After I saw your great presntation, I think that it is very strong and useful tool.

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