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for Visual Studio 2008 At the bottom, you can see the Error List window, and along the (upper) right edge of the Visual Studio 2008 window, you can see the docked and closed Solution Explorer All of the settings for viewing different tools and windows are found in the View menu The best way to get started with ASPNET is to create a little application that does something The following steps walk you through creating an application and at the same time point out a number of tools you can use Before starting, though, you need to understand that creating an ASPNET application is a little different from creating a C# application In the File | New submenu, you will see four choices:
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For the great bulk of this book, you will be selecting Web Site and saving an ASPX file that works with the CS file you will be creating simultaneously Figure 2-1 shows all of the menus and submenus selected and opened Given that information, let s get started:
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1 Open Visual Studio 2008 and select File | New | Web Site Look at Figure 2-1 to make
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sure that you are making the right selections It will be a little different depending on any configuration you have made on Visual Studio 2008
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2 After you have made your selection in Step 1, you should see the New Web Site menu
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as shown in Figure 2-2 The Visual Studio installed templates should show the ASPNET Web Site is selected In the Language pop-up menu, select Visual C# (Note that the pop-up menu item in the upper-right corner is NET Framework 35 If it is something other than that, open the menu and select NET Framework 35)
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3 Either type in the path where you want to store your application, or click the Browse
button and select the location for your file Using Visual Studio 2008, you can put your files anywhere, but you will definitely want to organize them in some way so that they can easily be retrieved The storage path in Figure 2-2 shows that the files will be stored on the Desktop in a folder named ASPNET Book in subfolders ch02 and FirstApp Once you have your storage path entered, click OK
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Be sure that C# is selected
Name of application and path goes here
Figure 2-2
Selecting the storage folders for your application
4 After you click OK, a tab showing Defaultaspx appears First, choose the Source
view by clicking on the Source button at the bottom of the tab s page Figure 2-3 shows the page in the Source view Visual Studio 2008 automatically generates code for you to get started
5 From the menu bar select View | Toolbox, and when it opens, click on the Standard
folder to open it Figure 2-3 shows the Toolbox open on the left side of the work area Just about everything visual you ll need is in the Toolbox, and most of the ASPX coding is done by dragging an object from the Standard Toolbox to the code window (This would also be a good time to select View | Error List so that your main debugging window will be available when needed)
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Standard Toolbox
Select Source view
Default code automatically loaded
Figure 2-3
Code showing in Source view
6 Select the Label object in the Toolbox window, and drag it to the code window between
the <div> </div> tags as shown in Figure 2-4 As soon as the Label is in place and you release the mouse button, the ASPNET code appears automatically (Later you will see what happens from the Design view, but for now, the focus will be on the code only)
7 Next, you need to add a little C# code to your application To open the C# code window,
select View | Code from the menu bar as shown in Figure 2-5 or press F7 You will see where the code behind is located and used in conjunction with the ASPNET code
8 Note that the name of the C# code is the same as the ASPNET (ASPX) file except that
it includes a cs extension So, the Defaultaspx and Defaultaspxcs files can be seen as going together, and when you begin placing files on your server, you ll need to see that they are placed together in an application folder (Later you will see how to use names other than Default for your applications)
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Drag object from Toolbox to code window
Figure 2-4
Dragging objects from the Toolbox to code window
9 In the C# code window find the line that begins with:
protected void Page_Load(object sender, EventArgs e)
Insert a line after the curly brace ({) on line 16, and begin typing Label1 on line 17 When you begin typing Label1, a window appears as shown in Figure 2-6 This is the IntelliSense window, which recognizes objects from the ASPNET file When you dragged the Label object to the stage, it was automatically given the ID of Label1 in the ASPX code (see Figure 2-4) The IntelliSense feature recognizes all objects and instances in the ASPX code and uses the existing form IDs to help create the necessary code in the C# window Use your arrow keys to highlight Label1 in the list, and press ENTER for the word to automatically appear in the code
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