Comments in HTML come in handy to temporarily remove site content. As ASP.NET developers, we have HTML comments available to use. In any ASPX markup file you can simply use the comment notation.
As an ASP.NET developer you have undoubtedly seen controls with their runat property set to the value server. Other than being a required property, what does that property really mean?
User input validation is an important component in any user interface. In the realm of web development a response UI is extremely important to the users experience.
Take for example a simple drop down control.
<asp:DropDownList ID="ddlSampleDropDown" runat="server"> <asp:ListItem Value="">--please select one--</asp:ListItem> <asp:ListItem Value="1">Apples</asp:ListItem> <asp:ListItem Value="2">oranges</asp:ListItem> </asp:DropDownList>
Just today I was able to release aspNETserve version 1.2!
After the birth of my son I took a few months off, so this project sat dormant for awhile. Now that he has been sleeping regularly (and I have too ), I have been able to contribute to my open source project again.
The community technology preview of MVC (Model-View-Control) extensions for ASP.NET is now available for download from: