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A page control that updates as you scroll down?

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I found a web control on a Microsoft site that updates as you scroll down further on the webpage.  I was able to find it a couple of weeks ago, but now I can't find it at all.  Does anybody have a clue as to what this control is called or where I can find something like that for a web site?  Thanks!
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Not sure exactly which control you're talking about. Does this control contain HTML content like a web browser control.

Are you not thinking of Microsoft Ajax and jquery qontrols?

This following sample app uses an updatepanel to update content i a page. You can use the same approach to what you want to achieve.

Partial-Page Update Sample Ajax Application
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb398890(v=vs.100).aspx
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No, that's not it.  There was a page I found on the Microsoft site that had a control that almost duplicates the Facebook functionality of the wall and that is the following: User has data immediately available to him but wants to see more data, so the user scrolls down and the page refreshes asynchronously to add more data at the bottom of the page.  As the user keeps scrolling down, more data is revealed.
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