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This tutorial series will teach you the basics of building an ASP.NET
Web Forms application using ASP.NET 4.5 and Microsoft Visual Studio
Express 2013 for Web. A Visual Studio 2013project with C# source
code is
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In this tutorial you will create, review, and run the default project in
Visual Studio, which will allow you to become familiar with features of
ASP.NET. Also, you will review the Visual Studio environment.

 

What you’ll learn:

  • How to create a new Web Forms project.
  • The file structure of the Web Forms project.
  • How to run the project in Visual Studio.
  • The different features of the default Web forms application.
  • Some basics about how to use the Visual Studio environment.

The project will take a little time to create. When it’s ready, open
the Default.aspx page.

 

Creating the Project

You can switch between Design view and Source view by selecting
an option at the bottom of the center window. 

Design view displays ASP.NET Web pages, master pages, content pages,
HTML pages, and user controls using a near-WYSIWYG view. 

Source view displays the HTML markup for your Web page, which you
can edit.

 

Tip

Understanding the ASP.NET
Frameworks

ASP.NET offers four primary
development frameworks:

ASP.NET Web
Forms

ASP.NET
MVC

ASP.NET Web
Pages

ASP.NET Single Page
Application

In addition to the four main
development frameworks, ASP.NET also offers additional technologies that
are important to be aware of and familiar with, but are not covered in
this tutorial series:

  • ASP.NET Web
    API –
    A framework for building HTTP services that reach a broad range of
    clients, including browsers and mobile devices.
  • ASP.NET
    SignalR –
    A library that makes developing real-time web functionality
    easy.

 

Reviewing the Project

In Visual Studio, the Solution Explorer window lets you manage files for
the project.

Let’s take a look at the folders that have been added to your
application in Solution Explorer.

The web application template adds a basic folder structure:

 

Visual Studio creates some initial folders and files for your project.

The first files that you will be working with later in this tutorial are
the following:

Default.aspx    Typically the first
page displayed when the application is run in a browser.

Site.Master       A page that allows you to create a consistent
layout and use standard behavior for pages in your application.   

Global.asax      An optional file that contains code for
responding to application-level and session-level events raised by
ASP.NET or by HTTP modules.

Web.config       The configuration data for an application.

 

Running the Default Web Application

The default Web application provides a rich experience based on built-in
functionality and support.

Without any changes to the default Web forms project, the application is
ready to run on your local Web browser.

 

There are three main pages in this default
Web application: Default.aspx (Home), About.aspx,
and Contact.aspx.

Each of these pages can be reached from the
top navigation bar.

There are also two additional pages
contained in the Account folder, the Register.aspx page and
Login.aspx page.

These two pages allow you to use the
membership capabilities of ASP.NET to create, store, and validate user
credentials.

 

 

ASP.NET Web Forms Background

ASP.NET Web Forms are pages that are based on Microsoft ASP.NET
technology, in which code that runs on the server dynamically generates
Web page output to the browser or client device.

An ASP.NET Web Forms page automatically renders the correct
browser-compliant HTML for features such as styles, layout, and so on.

Web Forms are compatible with any language supported by the .NET common
language runtime, such as Microsoft Visual Basic and Microsoft Visual
C#.

Also, Web Forms are built on the Microsoft .NET
Framework, which
provides benefits such as a managed environment, type safety, and
inheritance.

 

When an ASP.NET Web Forms page runs, the page goes through a life cycle
in which it performs a series of processing steps.

These steps include initialization, instantiating controls, restoring
and maintaining state, running event handler code, and rendering.

As you become more familiar with the power of ASP.NET Web Forms, it is
important for you to understand the ASP.NET page life
cycle.aspx) so
that you can write code at the appropriate life-cycle stage for the
effect you intend.

 

When a Web server receives a request for a page, it finds the page,
processes it, sends it to the browser, and then discards all page
information.

If the user requests the same page again, the server repeats the entire
sequence, reprocessing the page from scratch.

Put another way, a server has no memory of pages that it has
processed-pages are stateless.

The ASP.NET page framework automatically handles the task of maintaining
the state of your page and its controls, and it provides you with
explicit ways to maintain the state of application-specific information.

 

Tip

  • Web Application Features in the Web Forms Application Template

The ASP.NET Web Forms Application template provides a rich set of
built-in functionality. It not only provides you with
Home.aspx page, an About.aspx page, a Contact.aspx page, but
also includes membership functionality that registers users and saves
their credentials so that they can log in to your website. This overview
provides more information about some of the features contained in the
ASP.NET Web Forms Application template and how they are used in the
Wingtip Toys application.

  • Membership

ASP.NET Identity
stores your users’ credentials in a database created by the application.
When your users log in, the application validates their credentials by
reading the database. Your project’s Accountfolder contains the files
that implement the various parts of membership: registering, logging in,
changing a password, and authorizing access. Additionally, ASP.NET Web
Forms supports OAuth and OpenID. These authentication enhancements allow
users to log into your site using existing credentials, from such
accounts as Facebook, Twitter, Windows Live, and Google.

By default, the template creates a
membership database using a default database name on an instance of SQL
Server Express LocalDB, the development database server that comes with
Visual Studio Express 2013 for Web.

 

  • SQL Server Express LocalDB

SQL Server Express
LocalDB is a
lightweight version of SQL Server that has many programmability features
of a SQL Server database. SQL Server Express LocalDB runs in user mode
and has a fast, zero-configuration installation that has a short list of
installation prerequisites. In Microsoft SQL Server, any database or
Transact-SQL code can be moved from SQL Server Express LocalDB to SQL
Server and SQL Azure without any upgrade steps. So, SQL Server Express
LocalDB can be used as a developer environment for applications
targeting all editions of SQL Server. SQL Server Express LocalDB enables
features such as stored procedures, user-defined functions and
aggregates, .NET Framework integration, spatial types and others that
are not available in SQL Server Compact.

  • Master Pages

An ASP.NET master
page defines a
consistent appearance and behavior for all of the pages in your
application. The layout of the master page merges with the content from
an individual content page to produce the final page that the user sees.
In the Wingtip Toys application, you modify the Site.mastermaster page
so that all the pages in the Wingtip Toys website share the same
distinctive logo and navigation bar.

  • HTML5

The ASP.NET Web Forms Application template
supports HTML5, which
is the latest version of the HTML markup language. HTML5 supports new
elements and functionality that make it easier to create Web sites.

  • Modernizr

For browsers that do not support HTML5, you can
use Modernizr. Modernizr is an open-source
JavaScript library that can detect whether a browser supports HTML5
features, and enable them if it does not. In the ASP.NET Web Forms
Application template, Modernizr is installed as a NuGet package.

  • Bootstrap

The Visual Studio 2013 project templates
use Bootstrap, a layout and theming
framework created by Twitter. Bootstrap uses CSS3 to provide responsive
design, which means layouts can dynamically adapt to different browser
window sizes. You can also use Bootstrap’s theming feature to easily
effect a change in the application’s look and feel. By default, the
ASP.NET Web Application template in Visual Studio 2013 includes
Bootstrap as a NuGet package.

  • NuGet Packages

The ASP.NET Web Forms Application template includes a set
of NuGet packages. These packages provide
componentized functionality in the form of open source libraries and
tools. There is a wide variety of packages to help you create and test
your applications. Visual Studio makes it easy to add, remove, and
update NuGet packages. Developers can create and add packages to NuGet
as well.

When you install a package, NuGet copies files to your solution and
automatically makes whatever changes are needed, such as adding
references and changing the configuration associated with your Web
application. If you decide to remove the library, NuGet removes files
and reverses whatever changes it made in your project so that no clutter
is left. NuGet is available from the Tools menu in Visual Studio.

  • jQuery

jQuery is a fast and concise JavaScript Library
that simplifies HTML document traversing, event handling, animating, and
Ajax interactions for rapid web development. The jQuery JavaScript
library is included in the ASP.NET Web Forms Application template as a
NuGet package.

  • Unobtrusive Validation

Built-in validator controls have been configured to use unobtrusive
JavaScript for client-side validation logic. This significantly reduces
the amount of JavaScript rendered inline in the page markup and reduces
the overall page size. Unobtrusive validation is added globally to the
ASP.NET Web Forms Application template based on the setting in the
<appSettings> element of the Web.config file at the root of the
application.

  • Entity Framework Code First

Besides the features in the ASP.NET Web Forms Application template, the
Wingtip Toys application usesEntity Framework Code
First,
which is a NuGet library that enables code-centric development when you
work with data. Put simply, it creates the database portion of your
application for you based on the code that you write. Using the Entity
Framework, you retrieve and manipulate data as strongly typed objects.
This lets you focus on the business logic in your application rather
than the details of how data is accessed.

For additional information about the installed libraries and packages
included with the ASP.NET Web Forms template, see the list of installed
NuGet packages.

To do this, In Visual Studio create a new Web Forms project,
select Tools -> Library Package Manager -> Manage NuGet Packages
for Solution, and select Installed packages in the Manage NuGet
Packages dialog box.

 

 

 

Touring Visual Studio

The primary windows in Visual Studio include the Solution Explorer,
the Server Explorer(Database Explorer in Express), the Properties
Window, the Toolbox, the Toolbar, and theDocument Window.

For more information about Visual Studio,
see Visual Guide to Visual Web
Developer.

 

Summary

In this tutorial you have created, reviewed and run the default Web
Forms application.

You have reviewed the different features of the default Web forms
application and learned some basics about how to use the Visual Studio
environment.

In the following tutorials you’ll create the data access layer.

 

 

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