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Sample Chapter: Pure ASP.Net

In this sample chapter from "Pure ASP.Net", we'll see what web forms are, how the code is processed on the server and how client-side code can also be integrated into web forms...

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By: Mitchell Harper
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January 26, 2003
  1. · Sample Chapter: Pure ASP.Net
  2. · Server-Side Code Blocks
  3. · Web Form Events
  4. · Conclusion

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Pure ASP.Net Book CoverAt the most basic level, an ASP.NET Web form looks remarkably like a regular HTML page. It is a text file that contains markup language that can be edited in a simple text editor such as notepad. However, an ASP.NET Web form has several "distinguishing elements, which are discussed in this chapter:
  • Web forms contain blocks of code that are processed on the server.
  • The first time a Web form is requested, the entire page is compiled. Subsequent requests are served from this compiled page.
  • Web forms can contain page directives, which are global settings for the page. Common page directives enable you to turn off session state and ViewState management.
  • Web forms can contain both server-sides, including SSIs, which enable you to dynamically insert the contents of a file into your Web form, and user controls. User controls are object oriented and use a more programmatic approach to code encapsulation than SSIs.
  • As mentioned previously, Web forms can also contain as much HTML and client-side script, such as JavaScript, as desired.

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