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Web Forms

  • Steve Harris
  • Rob Macdonald

Abstract

Web Forms are core components in the ASP.NET environment, providing the basis for the visual interface of your Web Application. Each Web Form is a combination of user interface and programming logic that gets rendered as a page in the user’s browser. In the development environment you will see and manipulate Web Forms as programmable classes with properties, methods, and events, but at runtime their visual results take the form of HTML documents. This enormous difference between their runtime and design-time appearance is the real magic of Web Forms technology; but, it can be confusing at first, so let’s begin this chapter by looking at precisely what a Web Form is and how it is used.

Keywords

Visual Studio Page Request Target Page Style Attribute Inherit Attribute 
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© Steve Harris and Rob Macdonald 2002

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  • Steve Harris
  • Rob Macdonald

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