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Default Using Javascript with Asp.Net

Hi,

I've been adding new features to a platform at work that uses Javascript with Asp.Net.

I've noticed that the there is not much organization when it comes to the javascript code and is kind of all over the place - this is making it very difficult to maintain.

I'm somewhat new to using Javascript and would love some guidlines on how to keep it maintainable and Best Practices in general on how to organize javascript from within Asp.Net applications.

Please advise - many thanks in advance.

Tulsi
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