Web Forms

Web Forms is a concept in ASP.NET that allows developers to create web by using a combination of HTML markup and server-side code. It provides a way to build interactive and data-driven by separating the user from the business logic.

Example:

Let's say we want to create a simple form using Web Forms. We can start by designing the user interface using HTML markup:




Next, we can add server-side code to handle the form submission and perform any necessary actions. For example, we can a C# method that gets executed when the form is submitted:


protected void RegisterButton_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
{
    string name = name.;
    string email = email.Value;
    
    // Perform registration logic here
    
    // Redirect to a success page
    Response.Redirect("success.aspx");
}

In this example, when the user clicks the “Register” button, the server-side code will be executed. It retrieves the values entered by the user (name and email) and the necessary registration logic. After that, it redirects the user to a success page.

Web Forms provide a convenient way to build web by abstracting away the complexities of HTTP requests and responses. It allows developers to focus on the application logic rather than dealing with low-level details.

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