What's the best way to implement user controls that require AJAX callbacks?
I want to accomplish a few things:
* Have events done in the browser (eg, drag and drop) trigger an AJAX notification that can raise a control event, which causes code on the page using the control to do whatever it needs to do (eg, change a value in a database).
* Have partial updates (NOT using an updatepanel) that can do things like populate an auto-complete dropdown underneath a textbox.
* Implement a single user control that is generic enough to be reused on several pages
* Avoid having to implement logic on the page itself that passes events back to the control, because that is repetitive and hard to maintain
I'm using jQuery for most of the client side stuff, but for the actual AJAX calls I don't really care if it's jQuery or the ASP AJAX libraries.
Effectively what would be perfect is PageMethods on the user control, that would be easily callable from client-side script. Unfortunately, as far as I'm aware, pagemethods do not work on user controls.
I'll use an autocomplete control as an example:
I should be able to put the autocomplete control on the page, and then in the page code, have eg:
Public Sub HandleLookup(ByVal input As String, ByRef list As List(Of String) Handles MyControl.LookupEntries
list = New List(Of String)
' Query database for list of items..
For Each item as String in FullItemList
If item.StartsWith(input) then list.Add(item)
And do nothing else .. the rest of the code should be in the usercontrol.
Note, the controls I'm trying to make are much more specific than eg, autocomplete. They do not exist in any 3rd party libraries and I really need to be able to make them myself.
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