ASP.NET Tutorial

.NET Framework

ASP.NET Introduction

ASP.NET Web Forms

Standard Controls

Label Control

TextBox Control

Image Control

Button Controls

Redirecting User

Using HyperLinks

RadioButton Control


CheckBox Control

CheckBoxList Control


ListBox Control

ImageMap Control

Event-Driven Programming

ASP.NET Page Structure


Master Page

View State

Visibility of Controls

Formatting Controls

Applying CSS

Dynamic CSS

Using Style Class

Themes and Skins

Panel Control

PlaceHolder Control

AdRotator Control

Calendar Control

File Upload, Virtual Path

Validation Controls

Page Navigation

User Control

Separating Code-Presentation

Overview of ADO.NET

Data Binding

DataBinding List Control

Event Driven

After you design the look of your ASP.NET page using ASP.NET controls, you need to add the application logic. ASP.NET introduces the concept of an event-driven programming. It enables you to write code that executes in response to events raised by particular user actions. Events can be related to the page or the controls on the page. For example, you can write code to make your application do something when the page loads or a button is clicked.

Handling Page Events
Whenever you request an ASP.NET page, a particular set of events is raised in a particular sequence. This sequence of events is called the page execution lifecycle.

Following is the sequence of events raised whenever you request a page:
1. PreInit
2. Init
3. InitComplete
4. PreLoad
5. Load
6. LoadComplete
7. PreRender
8. PreRenderComplete
9. SaveStateComplete
10. Unload