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ASP.NET Custom Controls tutorials

  • .NET provides a rich set of standard controls, which are also called intrinsic controls.

  • These standard controls provide a wide range of functionality and allow you to design and develop a user-friendly interface for your applications. Additionally, Visual Studio .NET provides you custom controls that you can use if the existing controls do not meet your requirements.

  • Custom Controls are compiled code components that execute on the server, expose the object model and render markup text,such as HTML or XML as a normal Web Form or user control does.

  • For example, consider a Web application that needs to have multiple Web Forms and most of the Web Forms need a calculator. In this case, instead of adding standard controls to each Web Form for implementing the calculator, you can create one custom control to represent a calculator and use it across the Web Forms in your application. Thus, custom controls allow reusability.

  • You can create the following types of custom controls in Visual Studio .NET:

  • User control: A Web Forms page that can be used as a control on other Web Forms pages. Thus, if you already have a Web Forms page and you need to construct a similar one, you can use the existing page as a user control.

  • Composite control: A combination of existing controls that is used as a single control. You can create a composite control in any .NET programming language and use it on an ASP.NET page. For example, you can create a composite control comprising a button and a text box in C# and use it on an ASP.NET page.


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