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C# Primer: A Practical Approach by Stanley B. Lippman

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Chapter 7. ASP.NET and Web Forms Designer

During a slow period in the making of the FireBird segment of Fantasia 2000, I was asked to develop a set of internal Web pages for the segment. To do that, I wrote raw HTML using a editor under UNIX called vi. To see what the stuff looked like, I concurrently opened the HTML file within the Netscape Web browser. I positioned the two windows side by side. I would modify the HTML in the editor, save it, then hit the Netscape Refresh button to see the effect of the change.

This was not very sophisticated—okay, it was downright primitive—but the result was nice enough that I was asked to extend the pages to include the other Fantasia 2000 segments. Wanting to jazz it up somewhat, I added a bit of JavaScript ...

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