What’s New in .NET 3.5?
It is a good idea to know ‘What’s New in 3.5’ before going to use it.
ü Support for enabling existing ASP.NET 2.0 pages for AJAX
ü Creation of ASMX & WCF based web services and consuming them from AJAX Library
ü ASP.NET server side application services like authentication, roles management exposed as web services
ü ASP.NET Merge Tool – a new tool for merging pre-compiled assemblies
ü New ListView control which supports edit, insert, delete, sorting & paging
ü ASP.NET integrated with core IIS 7.0 which makes ASP.NET services like authentication & caching available for other content types also.
ü Microsoft AJAX Library to support AJAX based web development
Base Classes & CLR
ü Support for CSharp 3.5 including LINQ.
ü HashSet: A high performance collection of type set.
ü Time Zone Improvements : to develop applications which operate in multiple time zones
ü Minor Improvements in Threading, Reflection and controlling the GC behavior
ü Client Application Services: All windows based application to use ASP.NET login, roles and profile services hosted on central server.
ü Occasionally Connected Services (OCS): keeps windows application’s local and remote data in sync.
ü ‘Silver’ : code name for a new technology which unifies WF and WCF
WCF Syndication: WCF services exposing syndication feeds. Supports Atom 1.0 and RSS 2.0
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