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This is the fourth in a series of blog posts I’m doing on ASP.NET vNext. The next releases of .NET and Visual Studio include a ton of great new features and capabilities.  With ASP.NET vNext you’ll see a bunch of really nice improvements with both Web Forms and MVC – as well as in the core ASP.NET base foundation that both are built upon. Today’s post is the second of three posts that talk about the new Model Binding support coming to Web Forms.  Model Binding is an extension of the existing data-binding system in ASP.NET Web
Forms, and provides a code-focused data-access paradigm.  It takes advantage of a bunch of model binding concepts we first introduced with ASP.NET MVC – and integrates them nicely with the Web Forms server control model. In my first Model Binding post I discussed the basics of selecting data.  In today’s post, we’re going to look at how we can filter selected data based on user input, while maintaining a code focused approach to data-access.  I’ll show how to do this filtering using both querystring input, as well as from a value in a dropdownlist server control. ...(Read whole news on source site)

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