Advanced topics for programming ASP.NET Web Forms applications, including Internationalization, accessibility, and extensibility.
By Erik Reitan|
This tutorial describes how to modify a sample application to support connection resiliency and command interception.
This article describes how to provide a way for readers to view a page in their own language.
In this article you'll learn how to make culture settings in a page that affect how data like dates and currency are handled.
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