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The Script Manger control has undergone some key targeted changes in ASP. Typically doing this in is better Let’s say a new version of Jquery or Jquery UI comes along. Jquery packges this scenario really becomes easy since when you update Jquery/Jquery UI you will get corresponding versions of Asp Net. Following is how the script tag looks like for jquery(assuming that you are serving scripts from CDN) One neat improvement that happened in ASP. Web Forms” which do the following Install the Scripts into your application so it looks like follows These packages also create the following scriptmappings so that they can be registered with Script Manager as follows We are registering all the scripts and we are bundling them together as “Ms Ajax Bundle” The reason we have the Assembly and the Path attribute here is because Script Manager special cases these scripts when it tries to load them, so we had to make some special arrangements with Script Manager code to make this work This is a process which is called deduping.
NET 4.5 which makes it easier to register, manage and combine scripts using the ASP. This post will highlight the changes that have happened to this control The default templates for Web Forms ship with the following packages “Asp Net. Traditionally you would have to download the jquery packages for these libraries and then update the script references everywhere on your pages. NET 4.5 is the decoupling of the “Microsoft Ajax script files(Microsoft Ajax Core etc)” and the Web Forms scripts(Grid etc). Basically when the Script Manager tried to load up these scripts, it can load them up from System.
The following section explains on how you can use these scripts and combine them with Web Optimization feature We created the following 2 packages “Microsoft. We were very cautious when doing this given this code path was on a very critical path for mainline Script Manager scenarios which we did not want to regress.
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