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It is a complete alternative to traditional ASP. Understanding the History of ASP. NET was a huge shift when it first arrived in Figure The ASP. Each control kept track of its own state across requests using the View State facility , rendering itself as HTML when needed and automatically connecting client-side events for example, a button click with the corresponding server-side event handler code.
In effect, Web Forms is a giant abstraction layer designed to deliver a classic eventdriven graphical user interface GUI over the Web.
The idea was to make Web development feel just the same as Windows Forms development. They could think in terms of a stateful UI, and Microsoft could seamlessly transition the army of Windows desktop developers into the new world of web applications. NET Web Forms?
Traditional ASP. NET Web Forms development was great in principle, but reality proved more complicated: The actual mechanism for maintaining state across requests known as View State results in large blocks of data being transferred between the client and server.
This data can reach hundreds of kilobytes in even modest Web applications, and it goes back and forth with every request, leading to slower response times and increasing the bandwidth demands of the server.
The mechanism for connecting client-side events with server-side event handler code, part of the page life cycle, can be extraordinarily complicated and delicate. Few developers have success manipulating the control hierarchy at runtime without getting View State errors or finding that some event handlers mysteriously fail to execute. This has been widely applauded for separating logic and presentation, but, in reality, developers are encouraged to mix presentation code for example, manipulating the serverside control tree with their application logic for example, manipulating database data in these same monstrous code-behind classes.
The end result can be fragile and unintelligible. In early versions of ASP. As you try to implement custom behaviors, you frequently fall out of the abstraction, which forces you to reverse-engineer the postback event mechanism or perform obtuse acts to make it generate the desired HTML. Plus, all this abstraction can act as a frustrating barrier for competent Web developers. The designers of Web Forms could not have anticipated that automated testing would become an essential component of software development.
Not surprisingly, the tightly coupled architecture they designed is unsuitable for unit testing.
Integration testing can be a challenge, too. Web Forms excels when you need quick results, and you can have a reasonably complex web app up and running within a day. But unless you are careful during development, you will find that the application you create is hard to test and hard to maintain. NET 4.
I cover the complete framework and provide best-practice guidance for avoiding the most serious pitfalls. Web Development Today Outside Microsoft, Web development technology has been progressing rapidly and in several different directions since Web Forms was first released.
HTML5 has begun to enter mainstream use and provides the Web developer with rich capabilities that allow the client to perform work that was previously the exclusive responsibility of the server.
Software development as a whole has shifted toward agile methodologies. This can mean a lot of different things, but it is largely about running software projects as adaptable processes of discovery and resisting excessive forward planning. Enthusiasm for agile methodologies tends to go hand-in-hand with a set of development practices and tools usually open source that promote and assist these practices.
The idea is to design your software by first describing examples of desired behaviors known as tests or specifications , so at any time you can verify the stability and correctness of your application by executing your suite of tests against the implementation. These can be effectively applied only to software that has been designed as a set of independent modules, so that each test can be run in isolation.
Unfortunately, few Web Forms applications can be tested this way. These can be used with Web Forms, but they can break down whenever you make a slight change to your page layout. NET Web Forms is not amenable to these tools and techniques because of its monolithic design, and so Web Forms gets little respect from these projects. Ruby on Rails In , Ruby on Rails was a quiet, open source contribution from an unknown player.
Suddenly fame hit, transforming the rules of Web development.
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