Web Form Architecture
Web Forms divide web applications into two parts:
The visual component.
The user interface logic.
The user interface for Web Form pages consists of a file containing markup and Web Form-specific elements. This file has an .aspx extension and is referred to as the page. The page works as a container for the text and controls what you want to display.
The user interface logic for the Web Form consists of the code you create to interact with the form. You can choose to have the programming logic reside in the .aspx file or in a separate file (referred to as the “code-behind” file) and written in Visual Basic or C#. When you run the form, the code-behind class file runs and dynamically produces the output for your page.
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