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Introduction to ASP.NET and Web Forms
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Introduction to ASP.NET and Web Forms

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Web Forms are the heart and soul of ASP.NET. Web Forms are the User Interface (UI) elements that give your Web application their look and feel. Web Forms are similar to Windows Forms in that they provide properties, methods, and events for the controls that are placed onto them. However, these UI elements render themselves in the appropriate mark-up language required by the request, e.g. HTML. If you use Microsoft Visual Studio™ .NET, you will also get the familiar drag-and-drop interface used to create your UI for your Web application.

In this article by Paul D. Sheriff you will

  • Learn about Web Forms
  • Learn the Web controls that are built into Web Forms
  • Build a Web Form

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