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  Bubbling Events From Web User Controls in ASP.NET website Rate this Resource  0  read reviews write a review report an error printer friendly version
Complete Description This C# code example demonstrates event bubbling from a web user control (ASCX) to a parent page (ASPX) and the shows the flow of events through execution.
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  Differences in ASP.NET’s LoadControl vs. LoadTemplate website Rate this Resource  0  read reviews write a review report an error printer friendly version
Complete Description This article explains some subtle differences between loading UserControls with Page.LoadControl and Page.LoadTemplate
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  Pump Up Your UI With .NET Controls website Rate this Resource  0  read reviews write a review report an error printer friendly version
Complete Description Tour the state of the UI art in .NET applications, and see how component vendors embrace, emulate, embellish, and extend the GUI's standard elements.
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  Understanding User Controls website Rate this Resource  0  read reviews write a review report an error printer friendly version
Complete Description In this article I will show you how to use reflection to work with user controls that are Just-In-Time (JIT) compiled. The downloadable source code is in both Visual Basic .NET and C#.
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  Accessing user controls from the code-behind website Rate this Resource  5  read reviews write a review report an error printer friendly version
Complete Description When you add a user control to an ASP.NET page, Visual Studio .NET does not add a control declaration as it does when you add standard ASP.NET web controls. The result is that you can't directly access the user control from the code-behind and progra
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  Organize UI Elements With User Controls website Rate this Resource  0  read reviews write a review report an error printer friendly version
Complete Description No one wants to create a form with more than a hundred controls. Fortunately, user controls help you better encapsulate your code
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  How to Share User Controls Across Applications website Rate this Resource  0  read reviews write a review report an error printer friendly version
Complete Description Unfortunately, for various reasons, first attempts at sharing User Controls across websites did not work. But now a way has been found to do such sharing. This article will show you how. As it has turned out, the method is fairly simple, but does ha
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