Recorded at the Atlanta Code Camp 2006. Reproduced herein by permission.
"Atlas" is Microsoft's codename for their new Ajax-enabling developer tool. Wrox author Wally McClure was a featured speaker at Atlanta Code Camp on May 13, 2006, and presented a 43-minute, on-screen demo of building an Atlas application. We've recorded his presentation and have it here for you so that you can follow along as he builds the code on-screen and listen to him narrate and explain each step. By the time he's done, you'll know the guts of many Atlas techniques that you can put to work in your own Atlas Web applications.
00:15 Wally's introduction and a few introductory PPT slides
01:25 This is all Beta your mileage may vary
06:45 First example: Getting data asynchronously from the server
14:00 PPT slides: XML (Atlas) Script and Controls
15:30 Second example: Listview example
20:35 PPT slide: Update Panel Control
21:40 Third example: Update Panel
26:15 PPT slide: Namespaces/Classes
27:00 Example: Namespaces and inheritance
31:25 PPT Slide: HTTP Communication
31:50 Fourth example: HTTP Communication example
34:25 PPT Slides: Atlas Bridge (Mashup control) and Accessibility
36:40 Fifth example: Accessibility
38:00 PPT slide: Debugging
40:00 For more information
Time: 43 minutes Format: Windows Media (.wmv) Resolution:1024x768 Size: 39MB
Disclaimer: Although this is the presentation Wally made at Atlanta Code Camp, due to recording problems at the live presentation, this was re-recorded after the presentation at Code Camp. Therefore, any audience questions during and after the presentation aren't in the video.