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  • n. A technique in web design (specifically Microsoft ASP.NET) in which the web page and back-end source code are stored in separate files, allowing web designers and programmers to work independently.

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  • This is called the code-behind, and it's the underlying code of your application.

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  • NET style page/code-behind level of separation between MXML and Actionscript.

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  • For instance, I double-click the button to add some code-behind, and Visual Studio pops up the code editor to allow me to add some code.

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  • The page parser will parse the page and determine if the page uses code-behind or includes in-line script.

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  • You could build your own host, but I choose to host the services in IIS via a normal .svc file and associated code-behind class file.

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  • Not only will it be far more complex, but only code-behind will be able to remove the item from the collection.

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  • In the code-behind page for the PhotoDetailsPage, the following method handles the OnNavigatedTo event:

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  • In the code-behind MainPage.xaml.cs we can query the feed and bind it to the

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  • Both FileList and DirectoryTree have some code-behind, as it's easier to code that way.

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  • The DirectoryTree/FileList itself, no code-behind except

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