ASP.NET AJAX 4.0 Preview 5 Released, Includes “Disposable Objects” Performance Fix!

Good news, ASP.NET AJAX 4.0 Preview 5 is here! Better yet, Microsoft has overhauled the implementation of tracking disposable objects to include the performance enhancement that was discussed in my “ASP.NET AJAX ‘Disposable Objects’ Performance Heads Up” posts (Part I & II). So how’d they do it? They tag each disposable object with an integer […]

ScriptReferences to ScriptResource.axd for GAC’d assemblies are problematic in server farms

Ok, I just discovered a nasty little problem with ScriptReferences to script files that are embedded in assemblies that are installed in the GAC… starting with System.Web.Extensions itself. First, in case you’re not already familiar with this subject, the way scripts are referenced when they are embedded into assemblies is by building a URL to […]

Will IE8 use JScript.NET?

So what do you think? Will IE8 use the CLR implementation of the JScript engine or keep on using the legacy ActiveScript engine architecture that is plagued with COM circular reference issues resulting in memory leakage and a plethora of other performance problems? Seeing as how FireFox 3 is running about 10x as fast now […]