One of the first things you learn about when you develop web applications is the “stateless nature” of the web. When you request a web page from a server, the server sends the page, then it drops the connection to your browser. The next request from your browser is “brand new,” in that you launch the server program again. Any variables that were in the previous instance of the server program are no longer available to you. Like other web serving environments, ASP.NET offers several ...

REGISTER NOW TO ACCESS THIS ARTICLE

All registered users get access to premium content on iPro Developer for free.

Already registered? here.