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Xampp and asp.net 2.0 and Ajax

Postby joesoft11a » 23. June 2008 15:28

Are there any plans for adding asp.net 2.0 and ajax support for xampp.
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Postby Nobbie » 23. June 2008 17:18

Ajax is a part of JavaScript Implementation - does your browser run on a webserver?
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And

Postby joesoft11a » 23. June 2008 20:15

Nobbie wrote:Ajax is a part of JavaScript Implementation - does your browser run on a webserver?


Please More details
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Postby Nobbie » 23. June 2008 22:30

Please read docu on yourself
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What

Postby joesoft11a » 24. June 2008 01:03

Nobbie wrote:Please read docu on yourself


I have and what about them. I was just asking when or if xampp plans on adding ASP.NET SUPPORT and Ajax
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Postby Wiedmann » 24. June 2008 01:26

I was just asking when or if xampp plans on adding ASP.NET SUPPORT

I don't think so. But you should be able to use e.g. mod_aspdotnet or mod_mono together with XAMPP/Apache.

(Maybe a XAMPP user want contribute to the project and provide a ASP.NET AddOn...)

and Ajax

That's beyond the scope of a webserver package like XAMPP.

It's the part of the webdeveloper (you) to write the server side code for Ajax requests handling. And of course the JavaScript code, which is executed in the users browser.

Well, most developer are using a "ready to use" Ajax framework, in a scripting language of their own choice (Perl,PHP,Ruby,...). We don't know, which one you want use.

(BTW: PEAR::HTML_AJAX is allready part of the XAMPP package)
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Oh, ok

Postby joesoft11a » 24. June 2008 05:34

Wiedmann wrote:
I was just asking when or if xampp plans on adding ASP.NET SUPPORT

I don't think so. But you should be able to use e.g. mod_aspdotnet or mod_mono together with XAMPP/Apache.

I all ready run a web site w/ Apache 2.2.6 and ASP.NET 2.0, it just doesn't support Ajax. And I have no idea on how to setup Mono..

(Maybe a XAMPP user want contribute to the project and provide a ASP.NET AddOn...)

Well that more then likly will be nothing but a dream.

and Ajax

That's beyond the scope of a webserver package like XAMPP.

It's the part of the webdeveloper (you) to write the server side code for Ajax requests handling. And of course the JavaScript code, which is executed in the users browser.

Well, most developer are using a "ready to use" Ajax framework, in a scripting language of their own choice (Perl,PHP,Ruby,...). We don't know, which one you want use.

(BTW: PEAR::HTML_AJAX is allready part of the XAMPP package)


Well I do use and have use PHP and html on my main web site. But my Home page is ASP.NET 2.0. I was hoping that Xampp would support ASP.NET 2.0 and Ajax. So I could Uninstall WD 2.0 and install Xampp and use that instead of WD 2.0
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Postby Nobbie » 24. June 2008 11:10

>I was hoping that Xampp would support ASP.NET 2.0 and Ajax.

You CAN use Ajax.

You CANNOT use ASP.NET
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? What

Postby joesoft11a » 24. June 2008 14:28

Nobbie wrote:>I was hoping that Xampp would support ASP.NET 2.0 and Ajax.

You CAN use Ajax.

You CANNOT use ASP.NET


Ok you have me lost. I know I can use Ajax with PHP. I just never been able to find out how that works or what I need.
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Re: Xampp and asp.net 2.0 and Ajax

Postby fuji0020 » 04. May 2009 12:33

This advantage haversack includes an connected ASP.Net 2.0 GridView with simplified abutment for allocation and paging, and an connected TextBox advantage with built. That's above the ambit of a webserver amalgamation like XAMPP. It's the allotment of the webdeveloper (you) to address the server ancillary cipher for Ajax requests handling. And of advance the JavaScript code, which is accomplished in the users browser.

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