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Friday, April 14, 2006

Microsoft Atlas

Well, last month Microsoft issued a pre-release of a product called Atlas and just a couple of days ago they have updated the pre-release with more controls.

For those of you were aren't familiar with it, Atlas is Microsoft's development kit for AJAX. That's right, another framework to help out the lowly developer. Of course, this one is bent to working well with a Microsoft ASP.Net backend, but that is to be expected.

You can check out the features and download the pre-release at http://atlas.asp.net and read what the Reg Developer had to say here.


 

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