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The Microsoft Expression Web Developer's Guide to ASP.NET 3.5: Learn to create ASP.NET applications using Visual Web Developer 2008 by Jim Cheshire

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Chapter 4. ASP.NET Events and the Page Lifecycle

IN THIS CHAPTER

An Event-Driven Architecture

Application and Session Events

Page Events and the Page Lifecycle

Investigating the Page Lifecycle

An Event-Driven Architecture

Think about the interface for any device you use today, whether it’s your car or your MP3 player. They are all based around a cause-and-effect architecture. When you press the gas pedal in your car, it speeds up. When you press the brake, it slows down. When you turn the temperature-control dial counterclockwise, it gets colder. Turn it in the opposite direction and it gets warmer. This same methodology transfers to just about everything we use today.

ASP.NET applications are no different, but in an ASP.NET application, the ...

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