Category Archive for: ASP.NET Pages

Application Configuration

Throughout this chapter, we have alluded to the existence of a conceptual application containing Web pages and configuration settings. This is an important concept to grasp, especially when configuring your Web site for multiple concurrent users. few notes’on terminology and application lifetime are necessary here. An application is defined as all files in your project, and is configured…

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ADO.NET and Data Binding

The Web Form application you created in the previous section is perfectly functional, but it contains only static data. In addition, the event-booking process does not include persisting event data. To solve both of these problems, you can make use of ADO.NET to access data stored in a database, so that you can store and retrieve event data…

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ASP.NET Web Forms

As mentioned earlier, much of the functionality in ASP.NET is achieved using Web Forms. Before long, you will dive in and create a simple Web Form to give you a starting point to explore this technology. First, however, this section reviews some key points pertinent to Web Form design. Note that some ASP.NET developers simply use a text…

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ASP.NET Introduction

ASP.NET works with Internet Information Server (US) to deliver content In response to HTTP request. ASP.NET pages found In . aspx.file . Figure 37-1 illustrates tho technology. basic architecture. State Management In ASP.NET is something that seems essential for user-friendly interactive sessions. However, ASP.NET provides a workaround to this problem, such that session management becomes almost transparent. In short, information…

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ASP.NET Pages

If you are new to the world of C# and .NET, you might wonder why a chapter on ASP.NET has been included in this book. It’s a whole new language, right? Well, not really. In fact, as you will see, you can use C# to create ASP.NET pages. ASP.NET is part of the .NET Framework and is a…

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