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Using JavaScript with Controls     
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Want to use javascript with ASP.NET server controls? Looking for some samples? This article will show you how to do just that! You can use JavaScript with ASP.NET web controls. However, there are some points to be considered. As you must have noticed many web controls have event names exactly matching JavaScript/DHTML events e.g. OnClick.

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Dynamically Created Controls     
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As an example, let's create an ASP.NET Web page that will dynamically create a user-specified number of TextBoxes, and then loop through all the controls, finding all of the TextBoxes......

HTML and ASP.NET Controls     
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We can categorize the server controls that are provided by ASP .NET to us as follows: Intrinsic Controls, Data-Centric Controls, Rich Controls, and Validation Controls....

ImageCanvas Web User Control for ASP.NET     
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Sending dynamic image content to browser has always been tricky issue. With System.Drawing namespace available to ASP.Net creating images on fly has become relatively simpler. In normal case we would use aspx page to stream image to web form....

cMenu: ASP.NET Menu Server Control     
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cMenu is ASP. NET server control that creates flexible menus for the web. It is a visual ASP .NET component that enables customization of visual parameters, such as fonts, colors, borders, sizes, etc. It supports a top level menu which can be oriented both horizontally and vertically, as well as configurable submenu levels....

Remote Scripting in .NET     
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This article will show you how to take your Remote Scripting knowledge and move it to .NET Web Services....

Using code-behind to create a DataGrid Control     
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This example code shows you how to create a dynamic DataGrid in a code-behind file that creates four Bound columns and one Template Column with sorting turned on. The main aspx page lays out the UI and adds the control to the form myform using Controls.Add and calling MakeGrid which returns a DataGrid Control....

Interoperate With ActiveX Controls     
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An ActiveX control is a binary component that provides user interface. A wide range of containers can host the ActiveX control, from VB6 and MFC dialogs to Web pages. Many companies have invested enormous amount of effort and money in ActiveX controls. Some companies built controls for their own applications and internal reuse programs. Other companies purchased third-party controls, and many vendors made a living by selling specialized controls¸ such as maps, graphs, grids, and SDK for these co...

Developing User And Server Controls: Part 2     
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In this article, you will learn taking advantage of and creating a User control....

Developing User And Server Controls: Part 1 - Overview     
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In this article, you will learn about the features and differences of User and Server controls....

HOW TO: Implement Nested Web User Controls in ASP.NET by Using Visual Basic .NET (Q319100)     
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This step-by-step article demonstrates how to implement nested Web user controls in an ASP.NET application. The concepts are basically the same as when you create Web user controls to include in an .aspx page or in another Web user control, which is typically referred to as nesting....

Custom and User Controls     
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Sample Chapter 14 of Programming ASP.NET
Chapter 14 includes a chart of the five types of controls supported in ASP.NET: HTML controls, HTML server controls, web server controls, validation controls, and controls created by the developer. This chapter will discuss this last type of control, known as custom controls, and a subset of them called user controls....

TripleASP.Net Table Editor UserControl     
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This is the first beta version of the TripleASP.Net Table Editor. It allows you to edit, add, and remove records from every table in your database....

Your First User Control     
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This article covers the fundamentals behind implementing Forms Authentication in your .NET project....

Calling a Button Event from a Compiled DLL     
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.NET makes doing real code development so easy. This simple example allows to call a button event from a Compiled DLL (Business Object). This could either be done from a Code behind form too....

CodeBehind Technique     
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This new feature of the ASP.Net lets you seperate code and presentation in seperate files. With this kind of technique you could write presentation in .aspx file and the code could be any .net compatible language (CSharp, VB.Net .... ).The benefits is it becomes easy to manage code and the presenation, while the work could be distributed people good at presentation will work on presentation part and programmer would only work on the coding part......

Code Behind in Web Forms and User Controls     
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Code Behind has been a hot topic for ASP.NET since it was announced. Basically code behind allows you to build an ASP.NET page from two files, a presentation file and a code file. The presentation file is the .aspx or .ascx (for user controls) file, and the code file ends in .vb (Visual Basic) or .cs (C#). Building a single page from two files in this manner allows you to completely separate the code and content. Additionally it provides some mechanisms for protecting your code when selling a we...

Manipulating < body > Tag With ASP.NET     
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The < body > tag does not have a server-control equivalent in ASP.NET. The article explains, with sample code, how to get around this problem....

Insert Records using 'Code-Behind Web Forms' Technique and Return Identity Value Using the Post Form method     
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We started re-coding the Components Section of ASPFree.com using ASP.NET. Being new to the various techniques of inserting records, returning data to a form with ASP.NET. We decided to use a technique called "Code-Behind Web Forms" and like so many other things about ASP.NET....we loved it!. This allows up to put our Business logic into a separate file. This technique allows for true separation of the HTML code and Business Logic. The HTML is on one aspx page and the business logic is store...

Separate Business Logic Code from Presentation Code     
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Microsoft's ASP.NET implementation contains a new method to separate business logic code from presentation code. It is called code-behind, and it is remarkably powerful, yet easy to implement. Essentially, you add user interface elements to your ASP.NET page with the attribute "runat=server" assigned to them. Then, you create a class file to manipulate these user interface elements in any .NET language. Finally, you add a directive to the top of your ASP.NET page that glues the user interface to...



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