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ASP.NET for Web Designers by Peter Ladka

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ASP.NET and Objects

We’ve been talking a lot about objects in this chapter, and I’ve mentioned several times that the .NET Framework provides a huge number of ready-to-use objects for you to use when you build web applications. These objects are organized in namespaces.

If you are familiar with traditional ASP, things such as the Request and Response objects will be familiar to you. They are used in a very similar way in ASP.NET. There are also object versions of just about every significant HTML element you’ve ever used for creating web pages, from simple anchor tags to very complex objects like the calendar object I demonstrated in chapter one.

In the scope of the .NET Framework, objects cascade from general objects down to very specialized ...

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