Chapter 16. ASP.NET Web Forms and Controls

Topics in This Chapter

  • Web Client-Server Communications: Web page requests and responses rely on HTML to represent content, and HTTP to define the protocol that governs client-server interaction. JavaScript, ASP, and ASP.NET are compared as ways to develop an application.

  • Structure of an .aspx Page: An .aspx Web page is compiled as a class. It contains a variety of directives that control the page's behavior and can link it to external code. This section looks at the basic elements that comprise an .aspx file, including how Viewstate is used to maintain state information for the form.

  • Inline and Code-Behind Pages: ASP.NET offers three models for designing a Web application: inline code, code-behind, and ...

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