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Microsoft® Visual Web Developer™ 2008 Express Edition Step by Step by Eric Griffin

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Chapter 3. Creating Your First ASP.NET Page

After completing this chapter, you will be able to

  • Designate where and how client and server code execute.

  • Understand how JavaScript and C# work on a page.

  • Add HTML to pages dynamically, using JavaScript’s Document object.

  • Add HTML to pages dynamically, using the ASP.NET Response object.

  • Pass parameters in URLs and process them using the ASP.NET Request object.

  • Create client controls for use with JavaScript.

  • Create server controls for use with ASP.NET.

In this chapter, you learn how to create your first ASP.NET page. It is very important to understand what is happening at a basic level. You explore all the fundamental functionality in ASP.NET pages. In Chapter 4, you start the personal portal that you will build ...

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