Code-behind and Code-inside
Hello to everyone.
Can I know what is meant by code-behind and code-inside?
I know that if we want to apply code-behind, we should choose VS.NET
and in other words, we need to use WebMatrix if we choose to apply code-inside method.
Thanks for ur ideas, thank u !
Is below link answers your question?
My personal asnwer would be I don't like code behind (Which VS.NET 2002/2003 supports)
My vote to code seperation model (Next version of VS.Net [Whidbey] supports that)Sreedharhttp://www.w3coder...To code or not to code?
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...what about the code-behind (code behind)
One MAJOR difference between AJAX.NET and Atlas.NET seems to be that AJAX.NET is able to expose methods in your codebehind to the client.
Why doesn't Atlas do this? Or am I mistaken?
With AJAX.NET it's just a simple line or two:
<Ajax.AjaxMethod()>Public Function myFunction
All you need to do in Atlas to expose a method on your page (or its code behind class) is to put a [WebMet...Code Behind or not Code Behind
Ok i am confuse now.... A lot of books are showing pages without code behind (the code is integrated in the .aspx) Is it better to use the code behind or not. Is there any difference between using VB.NET or C#.NET except for the code synthax.
Thank you and come again.
A lot of samples show inline code just for simplicity.. i personally use code-behind because I like to seperate my code from presentation.
As for VB.NET or C#, its your preference.. there is no difference really when its all said and done.
From a purely mathematical sense, having everything in a single file would s...difference between code inside a <script> tag and code in the code-behind file
What is the difference between code that exists inside the <html><script runat="server" > tag and code that exists in the code-behind file?
There really isn't much of a difference other than the code inside the <script runat="server"> tag is part of the web form while code in a class file is part of the class file and inherited in the web form.
HTH,RyanRyan OlshanASPInsider | Microsoft MVP, ASP.NEThttp://ryanolshan.comHow to ask a question...turn on the code-behind?? not code-beside :(
Can anyone please tell me how to enable, or turn-on the code-behind in Whidbey (PDC bits)? The default option is to use "Code-beside" (inline code) and I don't really like it.
I have looked everywhere in IDE.
Thank you in advance,
When you choose "add new Item" each template has two types --
The first type is just simple "Web Form" which uses the default inline coding model. Directly to the right of that, is the "Web Form using Code Separation" which is the code behind template. If you create a new page using that template yo...Seperating Admin code in code-behind from general code
Hi guys, I just want to know if it would improve the functioning of my site to create two seperate dlls: One of the dll's would contain all the code for the general functioning of the site, and the other dll would contain all of the code for the administration elements of the site.
Thanks GP...reusable code
I have a page of code that instead of putting it in each pags code behind, I would like to be able to jsut include it in the code behind of each page so that it gets executed each time. This way I could jsut edit the one file and th changes woudl be site wide in thepages that have this as an include in the code behind file.What is the bet way to do that? Any examples?Thanks
You could create a base class for the code-behind classes (put every code-behind class to derive from this common base class), when changes to the base class would apply to the derived classes.Thanks,Teemu Ke...Code behind vrs. non code behind in VS.NET 2003
Does anyone know what the advantages and disadvantages are for using code behind vrs. non code behind in Visual Studio.Net 2003?
One important difference is that you are able to separate the design of a web site from the code. This makes for ease of maintainablity and much more structured applications. If you ever worked with classic ASP the code-behind is a great invention.
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I have been working in ASP.Net 1.0 for several years. I have just begun using 2.0 and I am really liking it.
I understand how to create pages with code in the page and code behind the page. I'm just not clear on what is considered the preferred method.
I am about to start a new application and I would like to do it the recommended way.
Are there any opinions on this already, something I should be reading?
Thanks a lot,Chris
Hi, Generally, code behind, or code behind files are recommended, as they make applications easier to debug and rework. I guess that the thi...get source code of an iframe in code behind
Hello,I'd like to get the entire source of an iframe (= same as right click-view source) in the code behind.I have tried several ways without success.. So instead of showing 10 pages of non working codes, I'll just hope someone has a good suggestion for me...For info, don't know if it matters for the problem, in my case, the source is displayed fine in the iframe and it is XML. Regards,NNM Validation Complete========== Build: 1 succeeded or up-to-date, 0 failed, 0 skipped ==========I'll always mark your post(s) as answer when it is!
The problem you are running int...How to write stored procedures and call them inside code behind or how to call them in code behind
i have to use stored procedures but i never touched these before can any body guide me what are the stored procedures and how to call them inside code behind iam using sql server 2000 as beckend database.
Any Article or blog which pointing to this issue .
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Create stored procs
http://mudassarkhan.wordpress.com/2009/01/10/using-select-stored-procedures-adonet/MAKMark as Answer if...Using App_Code shared code in page code-behind AND code-front
I've only just come across what seems to be the 'correct' way of making use of shared code in my .Net sites: I code some classes in a .cs (in my case - i'm using c#) file. I then put them inside namespaces. To make use of the classes in the code-behind of my web pages, I simply add a "using MyNamespace;" line at the top, and then I can make use of a class' contents like so: "MyClass1.MyString1(SomeVariablesToSend)".
Now that works fine when working in the codebehind, but what happens when I want to call the class/string from my code-fron...java style inline coding or mix inline code with code behind
Generally, I use code behind, but once in a while it is more convenient to use java type inline coding
for example, if I need to dynamically create rows in a table, I can do this
EGIN LOOP CODE
END LOOP CODE
can I do this kind of thing in c#.net?
Yes. Use the syntax you have above. Its not recommended though. It may be cleaner to have an <asp:literal> where you want to insert the content, and then set the text programmatically from the code b...