ASP.NET IDE(Integrated Development Environment)


Description of all the components

Toolbox: It is a window that contains icons for various items and controls that you can add to a .NET application to design the user interface of the application. The icons in Toolbox are logically grouped under various tabs.

Properties Window: The different web pages of a website have various attributes or properties associated with them. The properties window is used to display the associated attributes.

Solution Explorer: A .NET application is contained in a solution, which contains one or more projects, files, web pages and other resources. The projects and files of a solution are displayed in a visual studio IDE Window, called Solution Explorer. It always displays the projects and files in a hierarchical manner.

Toolbox: It is a window that contains icons for various items and controls that you can add to a .NET application to design the user interface of the application. The icons in Toolbox are logically grouped under various tabs.

Properties Window: The different web pages of a website have various attributes or properties associated with them. The properties window is used to display the associated attributes.

Solution Explorer: A .NET application is contained in a solution, which contains one or more projects, files, web pages and other resources. The projects and files of a solution are displayed in a visual studio IDE Window, called Solution Explorer. It always displays the projects and files in a hierarchical manner.

Design Page: This page is used to display all the dragged controls on the web page along with their different views such as: Design, Split and Code.

Code Behind Page: This page consists of the coding for all the event handlers available in the web page. This page consists of c-sharp/visual basic code depending upon the choice of the programmer. The code written in this executes on the server side.

Server Explorer: It is the window that you can use to connect to a database file, database server, and other services on a computer. It allows you to not only add tables but also to create, modify, query, and close connections to databases.

The Output Window: When you compile or execute .NET applications, several messages are generated and displayed in the Output Windows. It shows successful or Unsuccessful messages.


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