Programmatically updating with detailview
If you place Form View control to web form you'll see that it not appears very user friendly at first look.
There is only gray rectangle, like in image bellow: Unlike Details View control, there is no predefined template in Form View control.
The MVC Music Store is a tutorial application that introduces and explains step-by-step how to use ASP. The MVC Music Store is a lightweight sample store implementation which sells music albums online, and implements basic site administration, user sign-in, and shopping cart functionality. So far we've just been returning strings from controller actions.
This tutorial series details all of the steps taken to build the ASP. That's a nice way to get an idea of how controllers work, but it's not how you'd want to build a real web application.
We are going to want a better way to generate HTML back to browsers visiting our site – one where we can use template files to more easily customize the HTML content send back. To use a view-template, we'll change the Home Controller Index method to return an Action Result, and have it return View(), like below: The above change indicates that instead of returned a string, we instead want to use a "View" to generate a result back.
This not only lets you play with the examples contained in the book, but gives you early access to new demos for future book editions. The new solution contains basically three projects: a shared project with all the cross-platform business logic and UI description as well as two projects with the platform specific integration and customization for Android and i OS devices. And the layout options just take care that it is nicely centered on the page. Form View Control is similar to Deatils View control. It is often used in master/details scenario with Grid View, Data List or Repeater control.Basically I have tried to make the normal Add (Insert), Edit, Update and delete functions in ASP.Net Grid View simple and also combining the powers of ASP.