Chapter 9. Web Form Basics
In this hour, we will cover
How user input is gathered through HTML
What a Web Form is
Using a Web Form in an ASP.NET web page
Identifying properties of Web Forms
Collecting user input in an ASP.NET web page
Examining how the Web Form persists the state of its Web controls
To create a useful web application, we must be able to somehow collect user input and return to the user a web page customized to the input entered. For example, search engines like Google accept a user’s search term and then display a page with the results based on the search query. Sites like Amazon.com read a shopper’s credit card numbers so that they can correctly bill shoppers for their purchases.
HTML was designed ...