Generating a Web User Interface
I’ve covered a lot of ground. You’ve seen how to extract metadata from sources such as your database, morph this metadata to describe business objects in an Object Relational Mapping process, build business objects, manage details such as project files, merge Windows-specific User Interface (UI) information into your metadata, and create a Windows UI. Creating WebForms leverages all of these techniques, with a few new twists. I’ll focus on the twists, and not repeat previous techniques you’ve already seen, which means Chapter 9 will still contain useful information, even if you don’t plan to do smart client development.
KeywordsUser Control Business Object Visual Studio Uniform Resource Locator XPath Expression
Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.