While testing the new features of TX Spell .NET 3.0, I wrote a little AJAX-based web application that creates suggestions while typing. You may know this feature from Google, you start typing a search string and Google recommends typical search strings that match what you have typed so far.

In our case, the string is checked for spelling errors. If the word is misspelled, all suggestions are created and listed in a list box. I thought to share this little demo, because it shows the new suggestion quality and the performance when suggestions are created. Additionally, it demonstrates how TX Spell .NET can be used in ASP.NET, and how important performance is when using spell checking in web applications.

Test this on your own. Type in a word and see the results (you may want to ignore the orthography to see TX Spell .NET in action):