ASP.NET Client side Job Support
When we are working with dynamic Web-based scripting technologies, like classic ASP or the PHP, the developers must have an keen understanding of the logical, temporal, & physical separation between the client & the server. For an user’s action to trigger the execution of the server-side code, for eg, the developer working with classic ASP must explicitly cause the user’s browser to make an request back to the Web server. Creating such an interactions can easily consume much development time & lead to unreadable code.
Some of the ASP.NET server controls use the client side scripting to provide an response to the users without posting back to the server. Say for eg, the validation controls.
Now that we’ve looked at the ASP.NET methods involved in dynamically adding client-side script to the Web page, let’s turn our attention to applying this knowledge. The common client-side tasks, such as displaying the alert boxes, confirm boxes, pop-up windows, & so on. Specifically we can create an class that contains the set of methods that can be used in theASP.NET project to quickly & easily provide such functionality.