Anthem.Net v1.0 has just been released a while back.
For those of you who are using Ajax.Net Pro. You might want to have a look at this:
I was quite surprised a while back when someone made some comments on xhtml not being a wise standard to be implemented in websites.
I was a bit intrigued by this, after all the format has been out for quite a while and a lot of people seem to think it is a lot better then the good old html 4.01 standard.
The main difference being that the xhtml pages could be parsed by xml processors, below is a list of links with the starting article being a good starting point with links to the other articles.
The very short summary:
There isn't any simple / decent way to serve xhtml v1 at the moment because of the way it is set up and the lack of support of IE 6.
In-Place Editing with Atlas Behaviors
This post demonstrates a custom Atlas script component and associated extender control to enable in-place editing (i.e., Labels that morph into TextBoxes upon focus in an AJAXish manner). Source code included...
Virtualizing Access to Content: Serving Your Web Site from a ZIP File
Site full of VB.Net tips:
Customizing TreeNodes with RenderPreText and RenderPostText:
Ajax for .Net comparison
Generated flash datagrid:
3 Column layout in a nice form