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How to create an ASP.NET website application using Syncfusion Project Template?

Description:

The Syncfusion Project Template in ASP.NET website application, allows you to create applications with the required Dll, Scripts and Css referred. When using Syncfusion Project Template, Scripts and Css are referred in your master page and Dlls are referred from GAC. You can drag and drop the Syncfusion controls and then run the sample.

Solution:

The Syncfusion Project Template in the ASP.NET website application, is the finest way to get the required Dlls, Scripts and Css that are referred by default.

To create an ASP.NET website application using Project Template, follow the given steps.

  1. In your Visual Studio navigate to File -> New -> Website. You get a window like the following screenshot.

Figure 1: Visual Studio

 

  1. Select the Syncfusion ASP.NET Web Site. It creates the ASP.NET web site application with the required Dlls, Scripts and Css referred in your project. Dlls are referred from the GAC and Css, Script files are referred in your master page as shown in the following screenshot.

Figure 2: Syncfusion ASP.NET Web Site

 

  1. In your application, you can drag and drop the Syncfusion controls directly onto the required page. Used here is Button control, to showcase the control being rendered.

Figure 3: Button control

Note: Make sure that your application page contains all the required script and css reference to render Syncfusion controls.

  1. Now, run the application and hover over the button. The following screenshot is displayed.

Figure 4: Output

Article ID: Published Date: Last Revised Date: Platform: Control: Product Version:
4151 02/24/2015 02/25/2015 ASP.NET Web Forms Tab 12.4.0.24
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