- Setting Up an ASP.NET Project
- Environment Overview
- Building a Web Form
- Coding the Application
- Using the HTML Editor
- Improving Your ASP.NET Application
This article introduced C#Builder support for building ASP.NET web forms. But you can make your ASP.NET applications more useful; for example, by building user controls and custom controls, which give you the ability to reuse code on multiple web forms. Another very important capability is database support. C#Builder includes the Borland Data Provider for Microsoft .NET (BDP.NET), which is a set of ADO.NET class libraries providing access to multiple data sources.
Through visual designer support and the ability to modify code and HTML, while keeping everything in sync, C#Builder is an excellent tool for all your web application development needs.