many of you, your excitement for the new "Prometheus" Ajax is tempered
by your well grounded caution for what will be involved in moving to
the new Ajax Framework. Many of you, like me, remember the work done to
upgrade our applications about a year ago when RadAjax replaced
RadCallback. It took me a little more than a year to replace all
instances of RadCallback controls in some of my larger projects, so I
know this can be a long process and a good reason to pause when the
next Telerik Ajax is introduced.
Thankfully, the transition to "Prometheus" Ajax from RadAjax is nothing
like the transition from RadCallback to RadAjax. Unlike the previous
transition, the APIs for "Prometheus" Ajax and RadAjax are virtually
identical. That means the entire Ajax coding model you've spent the
last year mastering for RadAjax can be carried straight forward to
"Prometheus" Ajax. In many cases upgrading from RadAjax to "Prometheus"
RadAjax will only require three steps:
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