The ASP.NET controls that you can use to display data and let users update it. This is all ASP.NET 4 documentation and does not refer to Web Forms model binding, which is now the recommended way to data bind controls. However, the articles also document other aspects of control behavior that is still relevant in the current version of ASP.NET Web Forms.
A list of data-bound controls with links to more information about them.
A list of data source controls with links to more information about them.
How to use the ASP.NET Chart control, which lets you create charts and graphs for complex statistical or financial analysis.
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.
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Microsoft's Jon Galloway recommends these books for learning ASP.NET Web Forms:
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