In the first part of this tutorial, you’ve learned how to create the most basic form of Wizard in ASP.NET MVC. Although the program worked, it has some of its shortcomings. Like for example, it causes a full page postback when you press the Previous or Next button. This won’t be much of a problem if your Wizard has only a few steps but it can be a headache if you have 10 or more steps.
To solve this problem, we’ll add Ajax to the wizard so that only the form will be posted on the server. This post will help you convert the application we developed in part 1 to Ajax.
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