Tips for using Atlas, including how-to create a unique and custom interface for different platforms like the Web browser and the iPhone.

Friday, April 24th, 2009

280Slides, Cappuccino, Atlas, and Aristo

Category: Atlas, Cappuccino, Component, Design, Video

Francisco Tolmasky presented on the latest goodies from 280North at JSConf. In the past we’ve given the 280North guys a bad time for talking about 280Slides and their other stuff using… Keynote. I don’t know if he used Keynote at JSConf, but Francisco published the slides using the 280Slides web-based presentation viewer, which is also Read the rest…

Posted by Ben Galbraith at 11:00 am

3.3 rating from 36 votes

Monday, March 2nd, 2009

Atlas: More on the Interface Builder of the Web

Category: Atlas

We are really excited about Atlas. The great 280North team have continued their trajectory in first building Objective C for the Web (Objective J), then Cocoa (Cappuccino) , and now Interface Builder (Atlas). Although we won’t see the live Atlas for a couple more months, Francisco Tolmasky has kindly written up more details for us Read the rest…

Posted by Dion Almaer at 1:59 am
1 Comment

3.3 rating from 54 votes

Tuesday, November 11th, 2008

JavaScript Object Observability in ASP.NET Ajax 4.0

Category: Atlas, Microsoft

Dave Reed wrote in to tell us about an article he’s written about Microsoft ASP.NET Ajax’s utility for adding observability to JavaScript objects. The idea is simple: The Microsoft AJAX 4.0 preview includes this Sys.Observer class that allows you to be notified of updates to POJO’s, provided you use its APIs to modify them. Sys.Observer Read the rest…

Posted by Ben Galbraith at 7:00 am

2.7 rating from 35 votes

Monday, April 23rd, 2007

AutoSuggestMenu 1.1

Category: .NET, Atlas, Component, JavaScript

Eric Popivker has released AutoSuggestMenu 1.1, a .NET component for doing the old-faithful-autosuggest feature that helped to get Ajax on the map (pun intended). Features Attaches itself to a specified text box. Utilizes Microsoft AJAX Extensions and JSON to retrieve data from the server. Uses paging to iterate through a large number of suggestions Enables Read the rest…

Posted by Dion Almaer at 7:54 am

3.6 rating from 82 votes

Wednesday, March 21st, 2007

Microsoft joins the OpenAjax Alliance

Category: Announcements, Atlas

When the OpenAjax Alliance was created Microsoft was invited, but didn’t take up the offer. They were noticeably absent from the early meetings. Well, now Bertrand Le Roy of the Atlas team will be at the meetings as the OpenAjax Alliance Welcomes Microsoft and Other New Members and Announces Interoperability Awards: “Microsoft is joining the Read the rest…

Posted by Dion Almaer at 12:27 am

3 rating from 30 votes

Wednesday, March 7th, 2007

ASP.NET Ajax-aware JavaScript IntelliSense

Category: .NET, Atlas

A new release of Visual Studio “Orcas” shows off the intellisense features nicely, including: Proactive Completion List: No more waiting for ‘.’ Keywords in Completion List: fun your way to function ASP.NET AJAX Concepts in Completion List: Direct support for Atlas IntelliSense from Script Libraries for ASPX Pages: Now you can see objects that exist Read the rest…

Posted by Dion Almaer at 10:00 am

3.5 rating from 52 votes

Wednesday, August 2nd, 2006

A Primer on Microsoft Atlas

Category: Atlas, Tutorial

So you’ve been reading up on the boatload of Ajax solutions out there and, with the countless number, it hard to keep track sometimes. A little while back, Microsoft tossed their own hat into the ring with Atlas, an offering to make life easier for ASP.NET users to get in on the Ajax fun. But Read the rest…

Posted by Chris Cornutt at 8:34 am

2.8 rating from 54 votes

Tuesday, August 1st, 2006

Simple Ajax Quiz using Atlas

Category: Atlas, Tutorial

Been wondering how to get Atlas and Ajax to play nicely together, but just don’t know how to get started? Well, this quick tutorial might be a good place to start. They show (complete with code) how to create a simple quiz for your site. As my first article on Code Project, I’d like to Read the rest…

Posted by Chris Cornutt at 11:06 am

3 rating from 69 votes