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Using Ajax in MVP - can I use UpdatePanels?

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 27, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net
 

Hi,

I would like to hear some suggestion on how to make asyncronous calls, using MVP passive view. An example would be good to see.

We use visusal studio 2008, asp.net 3.5 MVP Passive View. It is also an option to use jQuery.
I am new to JavaScript/jQuery and Ajax.

What I need to do is this:

I am loading an .aspx page that takes some time to load. The wish is thus to load it in 3 steps: The first 2 can be loaded simontainously, but the last part can first load when the first 2 are loaded. At the same time there must be a progress image, showing that the page is loading.

I've been trying to use updatePanels, which I still need to investigate in. I know how to use UpdatePanels with UpdateProgress, with buttons to trigger the async load. But I think that it cannot be used just like that in the MVP model - or maybe I am wrong?

Look forward to read you inputs.

Regards Jan




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