As I understand "code-behind" is replaced by "code-beside" that means code separation (based on partial classes feature) without double declaration of controls. You just declare controls on the web form. Inline code feature added. Code separation is default. Isn't it ? Interesting that now, after you declare the web form, the runtime for it is generated and intellisense just pop ups from asp.net runtime.
Friday, May 14, 2004 4:38 PM