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Platform : ASP.NET
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Category : Basic

What is the difference between src and Code-Behind

Src attribute means you deploy the source code files and everything is compiled JIT (just-in-time) as needed. Many people prefer this since they don’t have to manually worry about compiling and messing with dlls -- it just works. Of course, the source is now on the server, for anyone with access to the server -- but not just anyone on the web.

CodeBehind attribute doesn’t really "do" anything, its just a helper for VS.NET to associate the code file with the aspx file. This is necessary since VS.NET automates the pre-compiling that is harder by hand, and therefore the Src attribute is also gone. Now there is only a dll to deploy, no source, so it is certainly better protected, although its always decompilable even then.

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