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Web Service(Ajax) in asp.net

Discussion in 'Web Design & Development' started by mhass24, Nov 19, 2011.

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  1. mhass24

    mhass24 Thread Starter

    Aug 6, 2011
    I want to make a web service (Ajax) in asp.net.This web service should contain a method to login users and then the users are verified by database.
    .I have taken many tutorials about Ajax.I know basic code steps in Ajax.I have worked in asp.net(web development) but i have no idea about Ajax web service.i am confused from where to start.I have installed Microsoft visual studio 2010.I know how to make default web service in asp.net but i don't know how to make Ajax web service and where i have to write code for login and how to connect this service with database.Should i write code in service.cs file or service.asmx or should add another web form?Kindly help
  2. JimmySeal


    Sep 25, 2007
    Are your webpages also going to be ASP.NET pages? I believe that with ASP.NET pages, rather than using a webservice it's more typical to use functionality that abstracts the AJAX functionality out into something that's simpler to work with.

    The stock toolkit that Microsoft provides for free is the AJAX control toolkit and you can find out all about it here:

    I've had a fairly good experience with Gaia AJAX, which is a third party library, but in my opinion is a bit more fully featured, easy to use, and intuitive:
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