Question

As we know we have JavaScript frameworks like Dojo and some more others.

Which is best to use with ASP.NET?

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Solution

For business and other Web applications ExtJS with Ext.Net wrapper is a great UI JavaScript framework.

OTHER TIPS

jQuery would top the list of JavaScript libraries used by even many users of Stack Overflow.

YUI is another option to use with ASP.NET.

Additional Info:

Comparison chart of all the available JavaScript libraries:

http://blog.creonfx.com/javascript/mootools-vs-jquery-vs-prototype-vs-yui-vs-dojo-comparison-revised

Best can be a subjective answer and depend on your needs. There are many frameworks currently available and the most popular ones (as I see it) are;

  • jQuery
  • ASP.NET Ajax
  • Prototype
  • MooTools

You could use jQuery. In ASP.NET MVC, there are documented versions that help with InteliSense.

You could also use ASP.NET Ajax which goes great with WebForms.

In the end, it's up to personal preference.

Ext.Net provides html tags so that you can cleanly seperate the UI from business logic by providing additional events class like DirectEventArgs.

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