Working with Web Forms
In this part of the book, we are going to look at the end-to-end sequence that ASP.NET Framework follows to handle requests. We are also going to examine how you can customize that process to suit your needs—but before we get into that detail, we are going to look at the components that sit at the heart of an ASP.NET Framework application: Web Forms.
We explain the purpose of a Web Form, demonstrate the different kinds of content that it contains, and explain the supporting roles of the code-behind classes and master pages. We also show you how the ASP.NET Framework processes Web Forms to create HTML, which will ...