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Web Database Development Step by Step .NET Edition, Second Edition by Jim Buyens

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Chapter 9. Creating Custom Components

Creating Custom Components

In this chapter, you’ll learn:

How ASP.NET assemblies can distribute reusable program code, as objects, to many Web pages.

How ASP.NET user controls can distribute reusable fragments of HTML and program code, packaged as new HTML tags, to many Web pages.

How to develop one simple user control and another of moderate complexity.

For years, smart developers have learned to recognize, package, and catalog blocks of code they’re likely to use again. Not only is this more productive than creating the same code over and over, it’s also more accurate. The more often programmers use the same piece of code, the more bugs ...

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