Beginning ASP.NET 3.5: in C# and VB (Programmer to by Imar Spaanjaars

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4. Click the tab of the Task List and while holding down your mouse button, drag the Task List away from its location in the direction of the Document Window. Once you release the window, it will appear as a floating window in the IDE. To restore the window, double-click its title bar. Notice how the tab returns to the same tab group, but possibly at a different position. To change the order in which tabs appear in a tab group, drag a tab over the other tabs and release it at the desired location.

A development model that was much closer to the way desktop applications are programmed. This made it easier for the many Visual Basic desktop programmers to make the switch to web applications. NET) that allowed developers to create and code their web applications visually. NET and C# (pronounced as C-Sharp) are now the most popular. NET Framework, which for the first time meant that web developers had a unified and easy way to access many advanced features to work with databases, files, e-mail, networking tools, and much more.

However, there are also some differences. NET tags start with an asp: prefix. NET looks like this: Note how the tag is self-closed with the trailing slash (/) character, eliminating the need to type a separate closing tag. Another thing you may have noticed is that the tag and attribute names are not necessarily in all lowercase. NET Server Control lives on the server, it doesn’t have to adhere to the XHTML rules used in the browser at the client.

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