Webcontrol Development Enhancements in ASP.NET 2.0

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Webcontrol Development Enhancements in ASP.NET 2.0
Integrate templates, smart tags, auto formatting, Web resources, and Ajax-based callbacks into your Webcontrols with ease.

VSLive! Orlando, May 2006

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(Running time: 54 minutes)

Miguel Castro,
InfoTek Consulting Group, Inc.
ASP.NET 2.0 enhancements increase productivity in the development of Web applications and improve the infrastructure for creating custom server controls. As in ASP.NET 1.1, server controls, or Webcontrols, are not additions to ASP.NET's infrastructure; they are at the heart of its architecture. Development of custom Webcontrols has not been embraced by all ASP.NET developers, but learn about these new enhancements and you'll be hooked. Understand how you can integrate templates, smart tags, auto formatting, Web resources, and Ajax-based callbacks into your own Webcontrols with ease.

About the Speaker
Miguel Castro is a .NET consultant, author, speaker, and trainer with more than 20 years of IT experience. He has a background in full-automation solutions that encompasses all aspects of a project's lifecycle, including data gathering, architecture, design, development, documentation, and training. He is a 2005 Microsoft MVP in Visual Developer C# and president of InfoTek Consulting Group, Inc., which provides .NET consulting services to clients in the New York and New Jersey metropolitan area.

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