Chapter 4. Designing, Creating, and Testing ASP.NET Web Pages


In this hour, we will cover

  • Creating the design requirements for a financial calculator

  • Creating the user interface

  • Adding the needed Web controls to the ASP.NET web page

  • Writing the code for the ASP.NET web page’s source code portion

  • Testing the ASP.NET web page


In the past three hours we’ve spent quite a bit of time talking in very high-level terms about ASP.NET web pages, the ASP.NET programming model, and Visual Web Developer. We’ve looked at how to configure our computer to serve ASP.NET web pages, and we’ve looked at the role of the web server. We’ve examined the HTML and source code portions of an ASP.NET web page. And we’ve created some very simple ...

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