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Andy Wigley; Peter Roxburgh

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Chapter 5, Chapter 6, and Chapter 7, we describe the individual ASP.NET mobile controls. If you search for any of the ASP.NET mobile controls in the online reference documentation supplied with Visual Studio .NET or the Microsoft .NET Framework SDK, you'll find two descriptions—one in the "Control Reference" section and one in the "Classes" section. These are different ways of describing the same ASP.NET mobile control class. The control reference documentation describes how to set properties of the class in an .aspx file using ASP.NET server control syntax. The class documentation describes how to work with the controls in code. See Chapter 3 for a description of how ASP.NET uses server control syntax and how to work with controls in code.

In these chapters, you'll find a single description of each control that serves as a useful reference to the most important characteristics of each control, whether declaring them in server control syntax or manipulating them in code. The "Syntax" section shows you how to represent the control in an .aspx page using ASP.NET server control syntax. The "Properties and Events" section provides details of the most significant properties and events of the control, both declarative properties, which are those that can be set using attributes in server control syntax and which can also be set in code, and nondeclarative properties that can be set only in code. The "Using the {controlName} Control" section gives a short example demonstrating how to use the control in an application.





Note

Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6, and Chapter 7 don't constitute an exhaustive reference to every event and property of each control. Instead, we have concentrated on those events and properties you're most likely to use. The "Classes Reference" section of the Microsoft ASP.NET mobile controls documentation gives a complete description of the methods, events, and properties of each mobile control class.


We've written each example in these chapters as a mobile Web Forms page (an .aspx file) and, where relevant, a code-behind module (an .aspx.cs file). We used the C# language for all the examples shown in these chapters. However, on the Web site for this book, you can download the examples in both Microsoft Visual C# .NET and Microsoft Visual Basic .NET. See the Introduction of this book for details of how to download and use the sample code for this book.

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