ASP.NET AJAX Control Toolkit - v17.0.0 - Visual Studio 2017 Support

ASP.NET Team Blog
27 March 2017

Now that Visual Studio 2017 has been released, we've updated the Ajax Control Toolkit to work with the latest version of VS2017. This support means that you can use the Visual Studio designer and toolbox to drag-and-drop controls on to your WebForms.

ASP.NET AJAX Control Toolkit - VS2017

This minor release for the Ajax Control Toolkit includes a few fixes and improvements too. Take a look at this Github diff to see some of the changes.

You can download the update release here:

ASP.NET AJAX Control Toolkit v17.0.0 - Visual Studio 2017 supported


Download this update release and then give us your feedback on GitHub.

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