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Microsoft® ASP.NET 4 Step by Step by George Shepherd

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Chapter 3. The Page Rendering Model

After completing this chapter, you will be able to

  • Work directly with server-side control tags.

  • Work with Web Forms and server-side controls using Microsoft Visual Studio.

  • Work with postback events using Visual Studio.

  • Understand the ASP.NET page rendering model.

This chapter covers the heart of the ASP.NET Web Forms rendering model: controls. As you will see here, System.Web.UI.Page works by partitioning the rendering process into small components known as server-side controls.

The entire tour of the ASP.NET control model includes the fundamental control architecture. This chapter starts by looking at the HTML required to render controls in the browser. Then, it examines the classic Active Server Pages (ASP) approach ...

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