You must reference the client component from the designer class. You do this in the override of the GetScriptReferences method. In it you must create a script reference for your client component and add it to the existing list of references. When creating the reference, you must specify the name of the embedded resource that contains the client component and the assembly it resides in. The name of the resource follows the same naming conventions as the name of the template.
Overriding the GetScriptReferences method
public override IEnumerable<
var res = new List<
var assemblyName = this.GetType().Assembly.GetName().ToString();
res.Add(new System.Web.UI.ScriptReference("NewsRotator.Resources.RotatorDesigner.js", assemblyName));
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