This post explains about WebForms routing features available in ASP.NET 4. Routing feature originally designed for ASP.NET MVC and now available for Webforms as well. You need to install Visual Studio 2010 ultimate beta2 to try the routing features in ASP.NET 4.
1. Create a ASP.NET Web Application in Visual Studio 2010 as follows
This post explains about Dynamically assigning Metadata to a page using code behind in ASP.NET 4.0. Metadata is so important as Search engine optimization considers Metadata keywords and description to index the page. If you can dynamically assign the metadata to your page then search engine can easily analyze and puts the page in results […]
This post explains about calling a WCF service using ASP.NET AJAX Library Data View control. The following […]
Master-Detail Views are very common in data-driven Web pages. These views are used for rendering one-to-many relationships. ASP.NET Web forms provided the strong server controls like grids,lists and drop-down lists which supports the multiple levels of data.
In Master-Detail View we normally navigate among master records and drill down into the details of the records that […]
The ASP.NET AJAX Library is compatible […]
This post explains about setting the client ids in ASP.NET 4.0. Knowing the id attribute of the control rendered on page is a long-standing issue. It is important to know the id if we want to use it in script libraries. The new property ClientIdMode Addresses this issue.
Some web applications require large amount of initialization processing time before serving the first request. In some cases web applications may also need to load the large amount of data in first request.
In earlier versions we used write the custom code in Application_Load method in Global.asax file to handle above scenarios.