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20 December 2010

Asp.net User Control Vs Custom Control

Development and Deployment:-
User control:-
  • Basically Designed For a single application.
  • Deployed in the source form (.ascx) along with the source code of the application.
  • If the same control needs to be used in more than one application, it introduces redundancy and maintenance problems.

Custom control:-
  • Designed so that it can be used by more than one application.
  • Deployed either in the application's Bin directory or in the global assembly cache.
  • Distributed easily and without problems associated with redundancy and maintenance.

Design:-
User control:-
  • Creation is similar to the way Web Forms pages are created; well-suited for rapid application development (RAD).
  • Much better in cases where static contents are more than logic.

Custom control:-
  • There is no direct UI availabe at Design time,so lots of code required.
  • Better when we have more logic compare to content or we can say when requires dynamic contents to be displayed.

const vs. readonly


const
  • A constant member is defined at compile time and cannot be changed at runtime. 
  • Constants are declared as a field, using the const keyword and must be initialized as they are declared.
  • Constants must be a value type (sbyte, byte, short, ushort, int, uint, long, ulong, char, float, double, decimal, orbool), an enumeration, a string literal, or a reference to null.(Since classes or structures are initialized at run time with the new keyword, and not at compile time, you can't set a constant to a class or structure.).
  •  It cant be static.
Example:- 
public class MyClass { public const double PI = 3.14159; }



ReadOnly

  • A read only member is like a constant in that it represents an unchanging value.
  • They are declared as a field, using the readonly keyword and can be initialized at runtime,in a constructor as well being able to be initialized as they are declared
  • They can be declared as static
Example:-

public class MyClass { public readonly double PI = 3.14159; }
public class MyClass { public readonly double PI; public MyClass() { PI = 3.14159; } }