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ASP.NET Web Forms


Introduced with the first version of the .NET Framework in 2002, ASP.NET Web Forms is a framework for building web applications. It provides an event-driven programming model similar to traditional desktop applications, making it a familiar paradigm for developers with a Windows Forms background.

While Web Forms was innovative for its time, the web evolved, and development paradigms shifted. The introduction of ASP.NET MVC in 2008 marked a departure from the Web Forms model.

MVC embraced the stateless nature of the web and provided a clear separation of concerns. It also gave developers greater control over the rendered HTML, making it easier to adapt to modern web standards and practices.

The evolution continued with ASP.NET Core, which is cross-platform and provides even more flexibility and performance enhancements.

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Creating ASP.Net Web Forms – 11 mins

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