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ASP.NET Web Forms Tutorial

ASP.NET is a development framework to create web pages and sites using HTML, CSS, JavaScript and server scripts.

ASP.NET supports three different development model:
Web Pages (Web page), MVC (Model View Controller Model - View - Controller), Web Forms (Web Form):

This tutorial introduces Web Forms.

Web Pages MVC Web Forms

Where to start?

Most developers to learn a new technology, see how it works from the beginning of the instance.

If you want to see a running instance of Web Forms, please see the following ASP.NET Web Forms Demo .

What is a Web Forms?

Web Forms are three ways to create ASP.NET Web sites and Web applications in one programming mode.

The other two modes are Web Pages Programming and MVC (Model View Controller Model - View - Controller).

Web Forms is the oldest ASP.NET programming model is the integration of HTML, server controls, and event-driven server code page.

Web Forms is compiled and executed, and then generate HTML displayed as a page from the server on the server.

Web Forms There are hundreds of Web controls and Web components to create a user with access to data-driven Web site.

Visual Studio Express 2012/2010

Visual Studio Express is a free version of Microsoft Visual Studio.

Visual Studio Express for Web Forms (and MVC) tailored development tools.

Visual Studio Express comprises:

  • MVC and Web Forms
  • Drag and drop Web controls and Web components
  • Web server language (Razor using VB or C #)
  • Web Server (IIS Express)
  • The database server (SQL Server Compact)
  • Complete Web development framework (ASP.NET)

If you have installed Visual Studio Express, You will learn more in this tutorial.

If you want to install Visual Studio Express, please click on the link in one of:

The Web Developer 2012 the Visual (the Windows. 7 or Windows 8)

The Web Developer 2010 the Visual (the Windows Vista or XP)

ASP.NET Reference Manual

In the end of this tutorial, you will see a complete ASP.NET reference manual describes the objects, components, properties and methods.

ASP.NET Reference Manual