7 Pillars of ASP.NET – Interview Question
If you are preparing for ASP.NET interview, must be ready for basic ASP.NET interview question “What are the Pillars of ASP.NET?” Pillars of ASP.NET means the fundamentals of ASP.NET like .NET Framework, CLS, CTS, MSIL, JIT, Object Oriented Concepts, Assemblies, DLLs, XCopy Deployment etc. I have listed down 7 Pillars of ASP.NET in detail.
7 Pillars of ASP.NET:
When ASP.NET was first released, there were seven key facts that differentiated it from previous Microsoft products and competing platforms. If you’re coming to ASP.NET from another web development platform, or you’re an old-hand .NET coder who has yet to try programming for the Web, these sections will quickly give you a bit of ASP.NET insight.
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Difference between WPF and Silverlight
This article focuses on the difference between Silverlight and WPF technologies. Silverlight and Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) both allow you to develop rich user experience applications based on XAML and the .NET Framework. For a period of time, Silverlight was called WPF/E, with the ‘E’ standing for ‘everywhere’. But there are some differences between the two technologies. Lets try to find out.
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Difference between WPF and Window Forms in .NET
There are a lot of differences between WPF and Window Forms. WinForms is past and WPF is the latest technology equipped with advanced features which Window Forms lack. WPF supports UI, media, documents, hardware acceleration, vector graphics, scalability to different form factors, interactive data visualization, and superior content readability. Lets have a look on the features and benefits that WPF provides over the Window Forms.
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WPF Difference between Static Resource and Dynamic Resource
There are lot of differences between Static Resource and Dynamic Resource in WPF. Lets try to understand them with the help of examples below:
- The major difference between static and dynamic resources is that static resource will evaluate the resource only once while dynamic resource will be evaluated every time the resource needed.
- Dynamic resource has more performance overhead than static resources because it look up for resources every time it requested or needed.
- Static resource is faster but it takes little more time to load page or window than dynamic resource because dynamic resources are loaded when you actually use them.
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Binding Modes in WPF: TwoWay, OneWay, OneTime and OneWayToSource
The Mode attribute defines the binding mode that will determine how data flows between the source and the target. There are four types of binding modes in WPF:
- TwoWay Binding Mode
- OneWay Binding Mode
- OneTime Binding Mode
- OneWayToSource Binding Mode
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