Open ASP.NET supports three modes:
Web Pages, MVC (Model View Controller) and Web Forms.
This tutorial is for you to explain WEB PAGES.
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Many developers prefer reading by way of example to learn new techniques.
If you need to view Web Pages examples, please visit this ASP.NET Web Pages demo.
Our "run code" function can reduce the learning curve Web Pages.
This feature will show and run ASP.NET code, while the output HTML.
Click on the "Run Code" button to see how it works:
<html> <body> <h1>Hello Web Pages</h1> <p>The time is @DateTime.Now</p> </body> </html>
Web Pages ASP.NET programming model are three in one, ASP.NET for creating web sites and web applications.
The other two programming models are Web Forms and MVC (Model, View, Controller).
Web Pages Web Helpers with programmable extend, including databases, video, images, social networking, and so on.
If you are a novice ASP.NET, the Web Pages is an excellent place to start.
You'll also learn how programmable Web Helpers extend the web pages, including databases, video, images, social networks and so on.
By way of example to learn!
Because ASP.NET code executes on the server, so you can not view the code in the browser. You'll only see plain HTML output.
In w3my, each instance can show hidden ASP.NET code. This helps you more easily understand how it works.
This tutorial also provides a complete ASP.NET Reference Manual, including objects, components, properties and methods.
In this tutorial, we use WebMatrix.
WebMatrix is a simple but powerful free ASP.NET development tools, Microsoft developed specifically for Web Pages.
By WebMatrix, you create an empty site from scratch or blank pages, or build open source applications from the "Web Application Gallery". PHP and ASP.NET applications are available, such as Umbraco, DotNetNuke, Drupal, Joomla, WordPress and so on. WebMatrix also has built-in security tools, search engine optimization and web publishing for.
You can seamlessly transition to professional ASP.NET application by using WebMatrix development skills and code.
If you need to use WebMatrix, please use the following link to install: