In this chapter, you'll learn:
The ASP.NET controls that you can use to display data and let users update it.
This topic provides links to documentation resources about how to access data in ASP.NET web applications, primarily by using the Entity Framework and SQL Server.
This article illustrates how to let users edit, sort, and page data, without requiring you to write code.
In this walkthrough, you work with the ListView control, which enables you to display data from a data source in a format that you define by using templates.
This walkthrough shows you how to display and update data by using the ListView control.
This blog entry shows how to use a clean, CSS-based approach to styling data in a ListView control.
This article illustrates how to use the GridView control to let users view, edit, and delete data from many different kinds of data sources.
This article shows how to let users modify data using the GridView control.
This walkthrough shows you how to display data in the GridView control by using a stored procedure.
This article describes how to use the ASP.NET Chart control, which lets you charts and graphs for complex statistical or financial analysis.
This tutorial demonstrates how to add the Chart control to a page, and how to add data, titles, legends, and annotations to a chart.
This tutorial shows how to bind database data to a chart, and how to use tooltips and adjust the axis labels in a chart.
This tutorial shows how to use events to customize a chart, such as adding a custom marker at the maximum data point.