ASP.NET Controls Explained: Part 2/2


Over the last two articles we've looked at a number of different methods that we can use to divide our ASP.Net pages up into a number of smaller, self-contained chunks of code. Using these methods can help our web applications become more scalable and easier to manage.

The features described in this are what make ASP.NET pages so flexible, and you should use them as often as you can to separate your presentation layer from your application logic layer. Take a look at the books and links below for more information on controls.

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James is a student at Georgia Institute of Technology, majoring in Computer Science. He is an MCSE, MCDBA, MCSA and CCNA.

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