This is the seventh part of Paul Cociuba’s series on ASP.net 4.5. In this we will look at a feature that is more commonly associated with ASP.net MVC – URL routing.
URL routing first became available in the .Net Framework 3.5, and was used heavily in the releases of the MVC out of band update. But routing can also be used in the other design paradigms from ASP.net, and in this video I show how it can be used with ASP.net WebForms.
For your convenience, here is an annotated timeline through the video:
In the next video of the series, we will be looking at adding validation to the application to ensure that only expected input and input ranges are allowed. Read more about URL routing at the links given below:
Original content from Paul Cociuba; posted by MSPFE editor Arvind Shyamsundar
Great one !!! But from where I can download the code shown in video ??
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