.NET Framework 1.1
This section provides you with in-depth language reference information for each mobile control available in ASP.NET page framework.
In This Section
- The AdRotator control offers advertisement rotation functionality in the same way that the Web Forms AdRotator control does, but provides adaptive rendering for mobile devices.
- The Calendar control offers date-picking functionality in the same way that the Web Calendar control does, but appears on mobile devices.
- The Command control provides a way to invoke Microsoft ASP.NET event handlers from UI elements.
- The CompareValidator control compares one control to another by using a specified comparison operator.
- The CustomValidator control allows the developer to provide a custom method to validate another control's field.
- The Form control is a container for one or more controls within a MobilePage object.
- The Image control specifies an image to display on a mobile device.
- The Label control creates a text-based control that displays output-only text on a mobile device.
- The Link control creates a text-based, output-only control that represents either a hyperlink to another Form control on a mobile page, or an arbitrary URL.
- The List control renders a list of items to a mobile device.
- This is the base class for all mobile ASP.NET pages. As such, the MobilePage control provides the outermost layer of all the containers in a mobile Web application. It is the only container associated with a URL and primarily contains style and context information common to all controls.
- The ObjectList control provides a feature-rich view of a list of data objects.
- The Panel control provides a grouping mechanism for organizing controls. Panel controls can be recursively nested within a form — the Panel control's container. There is no rendering associated with a Panel control.
- The PhoneCall control generates device-dependent interactive UI for automatically calling or displaying telephone numbers.
- The RangeValidator control validates that the values of another control fall within an allowable range, where the minimum and maximum are provided either directly or by reference to another control.
- The RegularExpressionValidator control validates that the values of another control match a specified expression.
- The RequiredFieldValidator control validates that user input has been entered in another control.
- The SelectionList control provides a UI rendering capability that allows a user to select from a variety of choices.
- The StyleSheet control has no visual representation and is used to organize styles that will be applied to other controls.
- The TextBox control generates single-line text boxes.
- The TextView control displays large fields of text. Unlike the TextBox control, this control does not support editing.
- The ValidationSummary control displays a summary of all the validation errors that occurred during the rendering of a form.