You have probably already read the great news that Microsoft is going to begin shipping jQuery with Visual Studio and ASP.NET MVC. If not, make sure you take a minute to read the official announcements from both ScottGu and John Resig. This represents a surprising, yet tremendously welcomed change of course for Microsoft.
If you haven’t yet used jQuery with ASP.NET, you’re in for a pleasant surprise. It removes almost all of the pain from client-side development. Coming from an ASP.NET centric perspective, you may find several of my previous jQuery articles useful.
Additionally, I highly recommend the articles that Matt Berseth and Rick Strahl have written on the topic of using jQuery with ASP.NET. I am constantly amazed at the quantity and quality of content that they both generate.
Introductions aside, I’d like to take this opportunity to discuss an incompatibility between ASP.NET AJAX and at least one jQuery plugin, which needs to be fixed.
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