Sams Teach Yourself ASP.NET in 21 Days, Second Edition By Chris Payne
Table of Contents
Week 1. At a Glance
Day 4. Using ASP.NET Objects with C# and VB.NET
Yesterday you learned how to build your own ASP.NET pages using VB.NET and C#. You learned about the various structures for controlling your pages, including loops, conditional statements, functions, and events. Using these structures allows you to build powerful ASP.NET pages.
However, if that's all ASP.NET could do, it wouldn't be very great for Web development. As part of the .NET Framework, ASP.NET can take advantage of hundreds of built-in classes and objects that enhance and extend the functionality of your pages. Today you're going to study a few of the most common objects that will be used throughout this book.
Today's lesson will cover the following:
What objects are and some of their properties
How to take advantage of the most common ASP.NET objects