In this article we have taken a look at user controls, HTML controls, server controls and the code behind method. Join me tomorrow for part two of this article in which I will discuss custom controls and components.
In the meantime however, take a look at some of the links or books shown below for more information on ASP.NET controls and the .NET framework in general.
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