Desing-time representation of a control and the Render method

Discussion in 'MCAD' started by Lionel Orellan, Feb 7, 2005.

  1. Hi there!

    Kalani's book for 70-315, chapter 7, answer to exam
    question number 10:

    "The design-time representation of a control is composed of
    HTML code representing the control. This HTML code can come
    from the control's Render() method or from the
    GetDesignTimeHtml() method of a control designer class. "

    There's a good explanation of control designer classes
    earlier in the chapter and I thought that was the only way
    to generate the HTML for the control's design-time
    represention.

    How can you use the control's Render method for this? Does
    the control render on the designer canvas just as it does
    on the web form at runtime? If you can use the render
    method, what's the point of having a control designer class?

    Big mess in my head ...

    Thanks!
    L.
    Lionel Orellan, Feb 7, 2005
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