Microsoft Certified Professional Developer/Exam 70-528/Web-Based Client Development/Program a Web application
Last modified on 22 December 2006, at 22:36
Redirect users to another Web page by using a server-side method.
Detect browser types in Web Forms.
Ascertain the cause of an unhandled exception at the page level.
Implement cross-page postbacks.
Assign focus to a control on a page when the page is displayed.
Avoid performing unnecessary processing on a round trip by using a page's IsPostBack property.
Access encapsulated page and application context.
Avoid unnecessary client-side redirection by using the HttpServerUtility.Transfer method.
Avoid round trips by using client-side scripts.
Use a page's Async attribute to create a page that has built-in asynchronous capabilities.
Convert HTML server controls to HTML elements.