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You can learn more about some of the new ASP.NET 4 features by watching these 22 ASP.NET Quick Hit Videos.
- ASP.NET Chart Control. Learn how to use the ASP.NET Chart Control to create simple, intuitive, and visually compelling charts.
- Dynamic Metadata. Learn about Page.MetaKeywords and Page.MetaDescription properties, which allow you to set the page meta data dynamically at run time
- Permanent Redirect. Learn how to use the RedirectPermanent helper method to issue HTTP 301 responses.
- Imperative WebForms Routing. Learn how to use an expression builder to do WebForms routing imperatively.
- Declarative WebForms Routing. Learn how to do WebForms routing declaratively through markup.
- Outbound WebForms Routing. See how to use the routing mechanism to dynamically create an outbound URL based on input from the user.
- Auto Start. Learn about the new auto-start scalability feature which provides a controlled approach for starting up an application pool, initializing an ASP.NET application, and then accepting HTTP requests.
- Clean Web.Config Files. See how the major configuration elements have been moved to the machine.config file. This allows the Web.config file in ASP.NET 4 applications to either be empty or contain a minimum number of lines.
- Predictable Client IDs. Learn about the ClientIDMode property, which lets you specify more precisely how the client ID is generated for controls.
- Selective View State. Learn about the ViewStateMode property that lets you disable view state by default and then enable it only for the controls that require it in the page.
- The HtmlEncoder Utility Method.
- New Rendering Option for Check Box Lists and Radio Button Lists. Learn about the RepeatLayout rendering option for Check Box and Radio Button lists.
- Persistent GridView Row Selection. Learn about persisted row selection for the GridView control.
- Table Free Templated Controls. Learn about the RenderOuterTable property for templated controls, which allows you to control whether or not the outer table is rendered to the page.
- Easy State Compression. Learn how to use the compressionEnabled configuration option to compress (and decompress) serialized session state.
- Tableless Menu Control. See how the ASP.NET Menu control renders HTML using semantic markup consisting of an unordered list and list elements.
- The ScriptLoader.
- jQuery Syntax for Microsoft Ajax.
- AJAX Data Templates. Learn how to use client templates to display database records with the DataView control.
- Hidden Field Divs. Learn how div elements around hidden fields are now styled so they do not interfere with user-created CSS rules.
- Disabled Control Styling. Learn how to use the controlRenderingCompatibility setting so disabling non-input controls will not render invalid styles.
Bruce D. Kyle
ISV Architect Evangelist | Microsoft Corporation