Covers topics on the Microsoft Certification Exam for the .NET Framework (Exam 70-536, Microsoft .NET Framework - Application Development Foundation)

Tuesday, March 4, 2008

How does ASP.NET work with the client and server machines?

ASP.NET allows on to deliver dynamic content such as information collected from a database. ASP.NET does this by working with both the server (the source of the content) and the client (the consumer of the content).

ASP.NET on the Server
When a page is requested, the contents of the page are first examined and any code that is found is executed before honoring the request. This includes operations like processing forms and collecting data to display from databases.

ASP.NET on the Client
Code that is executed on the server inserts special client side code in the page that it returns. This allows the server to monitor what events are occurring on the client.

Additional Resources
ASP.NET 2.0's Client Call Back Feature (DotNetJunkies)

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