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Inherit and Extend- Create Powerful Custom Web Controls
Author: Orr, StevePosted: 9/7/2005 6:39:01 AM
"If a control didn't work the way you wanted it to in the old ActiveX days, you were out of luck. Happily, the situation has improved. The Web controls offered with ASP.NET provide impressive functionality, but they might not always support the features you desire. You can solve this problem by creating your own Web controls that encapsulate the functionality you need. That, however, can be a lot of work. This article explains how to minimize your efforts and maximize the results by extending pre-existing controls. It also explains how to emit client-side JavaScript functions to create robust, user-friendly controls."

This is a very good example of combining client-side scripts with the server-side codes and they all integrated into a custom server control. Easy to understand and easy to implement.
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