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Navigation for ASP.NET Web Forms

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Navigation for ASP.NET Web Forms manages movement and data passing between aspx Pages in a unit testable manner. There is no Client-side logic, so it works in all browsers, and no Server-side cache, so it works with the browser back button.

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Features

  • Loosely coupled Pages
  • Typed data passing
  • Empty code-behinds
  • Unit Testability
  • Secure applications
  • Problem-free browser back button
  • Context-sensitive bread crumb trail
  • ASP.NET Data binding integration
  • Automatic ASP.NET Ajax history navigation

License

This article, along with any associated source code and files, is licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)

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The ASP.NET Wiki was started by Scott Hanselman in February of 2008. The idea is that folks spend a lot of time trolling the blogs, googlinglive-searching for answers to common "How To" questions. There's piles of fantastic community-created and MSFT-created content out there, but if it's not found by a search engine and the right combination of keywords, it's often lost.
 
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