Programming Web Forms
Visual Studio .NET 2003
An important part of developing Web applications is programming the user interface. The following topics provide information about programming Web Forms pages, with specific emphasis on the unique aspects of working in a Web-based environment.
In This Section
- Server Event Handling in Web Forms Pages
- Gives an overview of event-handling general types, and links to specific event-handling procedures.
- Page and Application Context
- Describes the intrinsic objects in ASP.NET that provide access to the current application, each user session, the current HTTP request, the requested Web Forms page, and so on.
- Redirecting Users to Another Page
- Gives instruction on redirecting users from one Web Forms page to another.
- Detecting Browser Types in Web Forms
- Gives directions for detecting browser types in Web Forms pages.
- Web Forms State Management
- Gives an overview of ASP.NET state management options.
- Web Forms Pages
- Suggests additional topics of interest concerning Web Forms.
- Web Forms Page Processing
- Explains how Web Forms pages are processed, including what stages (events) they go through and what you can do at each stage.
- ASP.NET Server Controls
- Describes the controls available for use on Web Forms pages.