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AJAX Samples

.NET Framework 3.5

The samples in this section show how to use Asynchronous JavaScript and XML (AJAX).

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JSON Serialization
Demonstrates how you can use DataContractJsonSerializer to serialize and deserialize data in the JavaScript Object Notation (JSON) format.

Basic AJAX Service
Demonstrates how to use Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) to create a basic ASP.NET Asynchronous JavaScript (AJAX) service (a service that you can consume using JavaScript code from a Web browser client). The service uses the WebGetAttribute attribute to ensure that the service responds to HTTP GET requests and is configured to use the JSON data format for responses.

AJAX Service Using HTTP POST
Demonstrates how to use WCF to create an AJAX service (a service that you can consume using JavaScript code from a Web browser client) that utilizes the HTTP POST verb.

AJAX Service Without Configuration
Demonstrates how to use WCF to create an AJAX service (a service that you can access by using basic JavaScript code from a Web browser client) without using any configuration settings.

AJAX Service Using Complex Types Sample
Demonstrates how to use WCF to create an AJAX service that creates complex types and sends them between service and client as JavaScript Object Notation (JSON).

AJAX Service with JSON and XML Sample
Demonstrates how to use WCF to create an AJAX service that returns either JSON or XML data.

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