ASP.NET Controls Explained: Part 2/2


In part one of this two part series we took a look at ASP.NET user controls, HTML controls, server controls, and the code behind method. In this article (the final article in the two part series), we will take a look at custom controls and components. It is recommended that you read the first article before continuing if you haven't already.

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