This article would be using two terminologies ASP.NET WEbforms and ASP.NET MVC. If you have watched the recent Microsoft Agenda, you’ll clearly see that they are focusing on MVC. The question to why Microsoft is so keen to dump ASP.NET Webform and persuade using ASP.NET MVC is still trivial.
So this is what the article will focus on. If you have observed, developers usually drag and drop user controls on the designers and the VS tools codes in behind the code.
When you drag and drop a button control on the designer, a button object is created and developers can write a code in the click event of the button object.
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