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Building an AJAX News Rotator

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  1. SelAromDotNet
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    15 Sep 2008
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    After a few months with playing around with sitefinity, I finally decided to post my first code example thing. it's not only my first sitefinity code sample its the first time i've ever posted my work online period, so bear with me it's my first time :)

    This series of three posts basically outlines how to build an Ajax news rotator for sitefinity. I know that there is the rad rotator, but as I point out in the article, I prefer to load each item dynamically to reduce initial load times. The real reason, however I did it was just to learn more about the ASP.NET Ajax framework. I'm loving it so far!

    So take a look, please let me know what you think. I'd love to hear how this could be improved or if it even works at all! I unfortunately don't have the working example online because we're not publishing these changes to our website until next month, but when its ready and online i'll be sure and update this thread. thank you for reading, and many thanks to telerik for their fine sitefinity product!

    Ajax News Rotator in Sitefinity Part 1
    Part 2 - Adding a Timer
    Part 3 - Handling Disabled Javascript
  2. Ivan
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    15 Sep 2008
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    Hi SelArom,

    Thank you for sharing your efforts and expertise with Sitefinity community. We truly appreciate it.

    Greetings,
    Ivan
    the Telerik team

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  3. Gabe Sumner
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    29 Sep 2008
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    I missed this original post, although I ended up stumbling into this article through Google Alerts.

    This article is great!  It's a wonderful concept for a project and demonstrates a lot of handy tips.  I think I'm going to try to weave this into my own web site.

    Thank you so much for posting this SelArom!!!

    Gabe
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