In this article, we’ve laid the groundwork for writing object-oriented components in our web applications. We’ve seen how to define a class and its members: the fields, methods and properties that build it. Also, we reviewed the different levels of access we can give classes and their methods such as public, private, protected and friend. We’ve seen how to use the Get / Set blocks within properties that act like a method in our class definition, but act like a field when accessed from outside our class. We’ve seen how simple it is to instantiate and use objects within our .aspx pages.
In my next article, we’ll look at some more advanced topics in OOP with ASP.NET. We’ll cover inheritance and see how to override classes to give more specific functionality. We’ll also cover another relationship between classes called Aggregates. We’ll also look at those mysterious constructs called Interfaces.
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