Wrox Home  
Beginning ASP.NET 2.0 AJAX
by Wallace B. McClure, Scott Glavich, Steve C. Orr, Craig Shoemaker, Steven A. Smith, Jim Zimmerman
July 2007, Paperback

Wrox Code Camp Video Series

JavaScript in Visual Studio "Orcas" (beta 1)

By Wally McClure
Launch in external player

Reproduced herein by permission of the author and ASP.NET Podcast.


In this 16-minute video from 2 of his ASP.NET Podcast shows, Wrox author Wally McClure provides a first look at the new JavaScript features in the recently released beta 1 of Visual Studio "Orcas." ASP.NET developers who are working with "AJAX" features or any JavaScript functions with their ASP.NET are going to find the new Intellisense and debugging features for JavaScript to be great time savers.
  • 00:10 Wally's Introduction and a look at the example files
  • 01:38 JavaScript XML document feature
  • 03:20 Typing in the editor and Intellisense pops up
  • 05:37 Debugging JavaScript in Visual Studio
  • 06:55 Part II, including input and feedback from people in Orcas forums
  • 08:25 Added a JavaScript reference to a web service
  • 08:35 JavaScript Intellisense pops up when making a call out to the web service method
  • 09:18 Some breakpoints included and we see them when we run the example
  • 10:20 Intellisense looks at the proxy and the web service
  • 12:00 Hovering over JavaScript code pops up Intellisense expander
  • 12:50 Getting Intellisense from one JavaScript file to another
  • 14:40 Wally references a couple of other documents with more information including:
Time: 16 minutes
Format: Windows Media (.wmv)
Size: 13mb
Want to discuss this video or ask questions about the techniques? Join in the wrox.com discussion for this video at http://p2p.wrox.com/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=60247.

Wally McClure is an MVP and ASP.NET, ADO.NET, and MSFT programming expert. His most recent Wrox books are Beginning ASP.NET 2.0 AJAX and Professional ADO.NET 2.0.

For More Wrox.com Videos:

Please see the complete and growing list of videos available at wrox.com at http://www.wrox.com/WileyCDA/Section/id-291881.html. The first few videos in the series are: