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Programming Microsoft® ASP.NET 4 by Dino Esposito

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Chapter 15. The Model-View-Presenter Pattern

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Generally speaking, creating the user interface of an ASP.NET Web Forms application is kind of easy. Even though I’m not sure the effort it takes to create a compelling and graphically appealing user interface should be referred to as “easy,” arranging the desired functionality is usually not a big deal thanks to the full bag of server controls you can get. If there’s a reason behind the success of ASP.NET, it’s likely the ease of development—a clear offspring of the Rapid Application Development (RAD) paradigm.

For many years, it was so easy (and quite effective) to drop a control on the Microsoft Visual Studio Web page designer, ...

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