Real-Time Search Behavior Guidance | Real-Time Search QuickStart | RealTimeSearchMonitor control

Related Patterns

The RealTimeSearchMonitor control is a control that forces a partial postback on a Web control as the user types in input controls. This control provides (directly or by extending the ASP.NET AJAX framework) an implementation of the following patterns:
  • Live Search. The RealTimeSearchExtender control enables a Web page to show search results as the user refines the search query.
  • XMLHTTPRequest Call. ASP.NET AJAX performs an XMLHTTPRequest call to force an asynchronous postback.
  • Progress Indicator. A progress indicator can be used to provide feedback to the user while the server returns the search results.
  • Submission Throttling. The RealTimeSearchMonitor control retains the search query in a browser-based buffer and automatically uploads it at fixed intervals.
  • User Action. As the user enters keywords in an input control, the RealTimeSearchMonitor responds to the events by triggering the partial postback.
Real-Time Search Behavior Guidance | Real-Time Search QuickStart | RealTimeSearchMonitor control

Last edited Nov 17, 2007 at 11:15 PM by gblock, version 2

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