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Justin Silverton's Blog:
PHP library for Microsoft AJAX
August 15, 2007 @ 10:27:00

In a new post today, Justin Silverton points out a PHP library that makes available the full set of features that Microsoft previously only had for its ASP.NET language.

Microsoft has released their AJAX library package for non-windows systems which contains a complete set of client JavaScript components that are included in the full ASP.NET AJAX installation. Developers over at Codeplex have developed a library that allows you to integrate your PHP applications with this package.

The code example included shows a simple client/server interaction with a "hello world" sort of message. The library that makes it possible comes from that's currently in version 3 Alpha.

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