To continue with my previous blog post about RadGrid for ASP.NET AJAX in Microsoft ASP.NET MVC, I've made another example how to use RadControls for ASP.NET AJAX as pure client-side components in this environment. The biggest challenge here is the ScriptManager and scripts registration in general. By default the creation of client-side components is so tightly coupled with the ajax functionality (PageRequestManager) that the only way to enable this is to inherit from ScriptManager (or RadScriptManager) and build everything manually:

protected override void Render(HtmlTextWriter writer)
     foreach (RegisteredScript script in GetRegisteredClientScriptBlocks())
         if (Page.Items[script.Key] == null)
             Page.Items[script.Key] = true;

             if (script.ScriptType == RegisteredScriptType.ClientScriptInclude)
                 writer.WriteLine(String.Format(@"<script type=""text/javascript"" src=""{0}""></script>", HttpUtility.HtmlEncode(script.Url)));



The result: Fully functional client-side enabled RadControls for ASP.NET AJAX with skins, scripts and styles combination, etc.!


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Vladimir Enchev

is Director of Engineering, Native Mobile UI & Frameworks


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