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Installing the ASP.NET AJAX Control Toolkit
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The ASP.NET AJAX Control Toolkit is not a stand-alone entity and requires ASP.NET AJAX to be installed because it heavily relies on certain controls, such as ScriptManager, and
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libraries for its infrastructure. Also, at the time of this writing, unlike the ASP.NET AJAX installable .Msi package, the toolkit is simply shipped as a ZIP file containing the source code and therefore requires a little work before it s ready to use. You can download the ASP.NET AJAX Toolkit at http://ajax.asp.net/downloads. After unzipping the files to a folder such as AjaxToolKit, you can add the controls to your Visual Studio 2005 toolbox. First create a new tab in the toolbox, and name it something similar to ASP.NET AJAX Control Toolkit. After that, right-click the new tab, and select Choose Items from the context menu. At that point, simply browse to the designated folder to which you had extracted the compressed files, and you ll find a DLL named AjaxControlToolkit.dll in a subfolder of the Bin folder. Selecting this file populates the controls in the new tab created in your toolbox as shown in Figure 7-1. You are now ready to use these controls in your ASP.NET AJAX-enabled web application.
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Figure 7-1. ASP .NET AJAX Control Toolkit toolbox in Visual Studio 2005
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Alternatively, you can open and build the TemplateVSI project, which creates a new project template to Visual Studio 2005 for creating ASP.NET AJAX Control Toolkit web sites. Now let s talk about the individual controls in this toolkit and see how they can be used.
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The Accordion and AccordionPane Controls
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You have most certainly seen this UI element in one form or shape before. Outlook 97 was one of the first big applications to use this type of information organization in a UI. Basically, this control includes multiple panes where only one pane at a time is displayed with the rest of the panes visible in a collapsed manner showing only the headers (as the Accordion name suggests). The Accordion control, much like many others in the AJAX Control Toolkit, derives from the WebControl class. It is used in conjunction with AccordionPane controls, which represent the actual panes. These AccordionPane controls are held within the <Pane> tag of the Accordion control. You ll explore the Accordion control in more depth through an example but first some of its properties are listed in Table 7-1.
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Table 7-1. A Few of the Accordion Control Properties Property Name
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AutoSize
Description
Controls the growth and collapse of the panes. There are three enumerations: None, Limit, and Fill. None allows the control to grow unrestricted, whereas Limit confines the maximum size of the accordion by the Height property. Fill always keeps the size of the overall accordion constant. CSS class applied to the content. Field name of the data source (databinding). Data source used for binding (databinding). The ID of the data source control. Frames per second used for animation during the transition between panes. Boolean value indicating whether or not to apply the fade effect during transition. CSS class applied to the header. Boolean value indicating whether or not a pane is always open. The initial pane that is visible in the accordion. Blocks events from the controls in the header of the accordion. The duration of the transition animation for when one pane is closing with another one opening (in milliseconds).
ContentCssClass DataMember DataSource DataSourceID FramesPerSecond FadeTransitions HeaderCssClass RequireOpenedPane SelectedIndex SuppressHeaderPostbacks TransitionDuration
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To see this control in action, you will create a simple page with an Accordion control that has three sections each containing four lines of text. First, you drag and drop an Accordion control on a new AJAX-enabled .aspx page. As always, remember to have already added the ScriptManager control to the page when working with any of the control extenders in the AJAX Control Toolkit if the created web application project or web site was not AJAX enabled. Set the FramesPerSecond property to 30 and the TransitionDuration to 100 ms. Within the Accordion control, first create a <Panes> tag followed by three <AccordionPane> tags with the corresponding text within the <Panes> tag as shown in the following code snippet:
<cc1:Accordion ID="Accordion1" runat="server" FadeTransitions="true" FramesPerSecond="30" TransitionDuration="100" AutoSize="None"> <Panes> <cc1:AccordionPane ID="AccordionPane1" runat="server"> <Header> <div style="background-color:Black; color:White; font-weight:bold;"> Section 1</div> </Header> <Content> Item 1 <br> Item 2 <br> Item 3 <br> Item 4 <br> </Content> </cc1:AccordionPane> <cc1:AccordionPane ID="AccordionPane2" runat="server"> ... </cc1:AccordionPane> <cc1:AccordionPane ID="AccordionPane3" runat="server"> ... </cc1:AccordionPane> </Panes> </cc1:Accordion>
As you can see, the AccordionPane tags are within the <Panes> tag of the Accordion control. The <Panes> tag is a container for one or more <AccordionPane> tags. When you run this page in the browser, you ll see the collapsible panels (see Figure 7-2). Additional styling code has been added to signify the three sections, which is why the three sections have different shades.
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