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ASP.NET Web Forms Application Templates

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The eXpressApp Framework uses built-in Templates for automatic UI construction. The templates for ASP.NET Web Forms applications are listed below.

ASP.NET Web Application Templates

DefaultVerticalTemplateContentNew

DefaultV2Template

Class: DefaultVerticalTemplateContentNew

Namespace: DevExpress.ExpressApp.Web.Templates

Used to display the main Window and Detail View Windows (both in view and edit modes).

DialogTemplateContentNew

DialogTemplateV2

Class: DialogTemplateContentNew

Namespace: DevExpress.ExpressApp.Web.Templates

Used to display a dialog window (for example, a Lookup Property Editor’s drop down window or a PopupWindowShowAction’s pop-up window).

FindDialogTemplateContentNew

FindDialogTemplateContent

Class: FindDialogTemplateContentNew

Namespace: DevExpress.ExpressApp.Web.Templates

Used to display a dialog window (for example, a Lookup Property Editor’s drop down window or a PopupWindowShowAction’s pop-up window) with the records filter.

NestedFrameControlNew

NestedFrameControlV2

Class: NestedFrameControlNew

Namespace: DevExpress.ExpressApp.Web.Templates

Used to display a Window (Frame) nested into another Window (Frame), such as a List Property Editor or Detail Property Editor’s Frame.

LogonTemplateContentNew

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Class: LogonTemplateContentNew

Namespace: DevExpress.ExpressApp.Web.Templates

Used to display a logon Window.

Note

If you use a classic ASP.NET web application style, and want to use the new style instead, call the WebApplication.SwitchToNewStyle method.

Classic ASP.NET Web Application Templates

DefaultVerticalTemplateContent

VerticalTemplate

Class: DefaultVerticalTemplateContent

Namespace: DevExpress.ExpressApp.Web.Templates

Can be used to display the main Window and Detail View Windows (both in view and edit modes). This Template is the main window’s standard template with the vertical navigation bar. For more information on how to use this template, refer to the ASP.NET Web Application Appearance topic.

DefaultTemplateContent

DefaultTemplate

Class: DefaultTemplateContent

Namespace: DevExpress.ExpressApp.Web.Templates

Used to display the main Window and Detail View Windows (both in view and edit modes). This Template is an optional template that has horizontally aligned navigation tabs that conserve the main window’s space.

DialogTemplateContent

DialogTemplate

Class: DialogTemplateContent

Namespace: DevExpress.ExpressApp.Web.Templates

Used to display a dialog window (for example, a Lookup Property Editor’s drop down window or a PopupWindowShowAction’s pop-up window).

NestedFrameControl

WebNestedTemplate

Class: NestedFrameControl

Namespace: DevExpress.ExpressApp.Web.Templates

Used to display a Window (Frame) nested into another Window (Frame), such as a List Property Editor or Detail Property Editor’s Frame.

LogonTemplateContent

LogonTemplate

Class: LogonTemplateContent

Namespace: DevExpress.ExpressApp.Web.Templates

Used to display a logon Window. Contains the PopupActions Action Container.

ErrorInfoControl

ErrorTemplate

Class: ErrorInfoControl

Namespace: DevExpress.ExpressApp.Web.Templates.Controls

Used to display a Window with a comment about an error.

Note

If you use a new ASP.NET web application theme, and want to use the classic style instead, call the WebApplication.SwitchToOldStyle method.

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