Sams Teach Yourself ASP.NET in 21 Days, Second Edition By Chris Payne
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Bonus Day 23. Creating Mobile Web Forms
This workshop will help reinforce the concepts covered in today's lesson. It is very helpful to understand fully the answers before moving on. Answers can be found in Appendix A.
What are the two headers required for every mobile page?
True or false: Mobile server controls don't require the runat="server" attribute.
What does the Call server control do?
What are the two values for the StyleReference property?
How do you explicitly display a mobile Web form programmatically?
True or false: You can respond to mobile server control events the same as ASP.NET server control events.
What does the <DeviceSelect> element do, and what does it represent on the page?
Create a mobile application that will allow users to make credit card payments through their cell phones. Users should be allowed to enter a credit card number and a value for the amount to be paid (don't forget to supply a way to submit the input). Don't worry about recording or applying the payment to something. Simply display a thank-you message to the user when the submission is complete.