The page Load() method is so simple however and requires hardly any Java Script knowledge.
Whether it's a full or partial Postback, the Life Cycle events will be the same, which I already discussed in my previous article.
Through the second parameter, we pass the name of the code-behind function to be called and also add the parameter to be passed to this code-behind function.
The left part will contain the Pie chart that will load up once, when the page is loaded first.You can then use this to fire your rebinding logic which stops the JQuery breaking.The most basic example (based on the original code sample in this page) works like this: The best approach depends on your individual requirements.Every time the form was updated, I wanted to refresh the map to reflect the data changes.The trick is to add an “end request” handler to the request manager using: where End Request Handler will be your handler function. Here’s a simple example of a form with 2 Text Box controls where you enter text into one textbox and the server returns the length of the text in the second textbox.