ASP.NET AJAX Application Performance

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This section describes ASP.NET AJAX application performance. This includes areas such as script combining, download optimizing, debugging, tracing, and browser-security settings.

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Combining Client Scripts into a Composite Script

Describes how to combine client scripts to create a composite script file that downloads faster than individual script files.

Reducing the Download Size of the Microsoft AJAX Library

Describes how to reduce the download size of the Microsoft AJAX Library to improve performance.

Increasing AJAX Performance Using Microsoft Content Delivery Networks

Describes how to increase ASP.NET AJAX performance by using Microsoft Content Delivery Networks.

Browser Security Settings for AJAX Enabled ASP.NET Pages

Describes the recommended browser security settings for different browser types and how they relate to ASP.NET AJAX.

Client Script in ASP.NET Web Pages

Shows how to include script files together with ASP.NET Web pages and how to use the Microsoft AJAX Library.

Adding AJAX Functionality to ASP.NET Controls

Provides tutorials and examples that show how to create custom client components and ASP.NET server controls that manage components in the Microsoft AJAX Library.

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