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Gary S Burd, Kenneth B Cooper, Scott D Guthrie, David S Ebbo, Mark T Anders, Ted A Peters, Stephen J Millet: Server-side control objects for processing client-side user interface elements. Microsoft Corporation, January 22, 2008: US07321918 (127 worldwide citation)


A server-side control object processes and generates a client-side user interface element for display on a web page. Multiple server-side control objects may be combined into a hierarchy of server-side control objects that cooperate to generate the resulting authoring language code, such as HTML, fo ...


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Gary S Burd, Kenneth B Cooper, Scott D Guthrie, David S Ebbo, Mark T Anders, Ted A Peters: Server-side code generation from a dynamic web page content file. Microsoft Corporation, Microsoft Corporation, January 24, 2006: US06990653 (100 worldwide citation)


A method and apparatus to create an intermediate language or source code file from a server-side resource or dynamic web page file. The source code can then be compiled into an executable class allowing for rapid generation of web page control objects that perform server-side functions, including th ...


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Gary S Burd, Kenneth B Cooper, Scott D Guthrie, David S Ebbo, Mark T Anders, Ted A Peters, Stephen J Millet: Databinding using server-side control objects. Microsoft Corporation, September 14, 2004: US06792607 (71 worldwide citation)


Server-side control objects corresponding to client-side user interface elements are created in a control object hierarchy. Properties of the control objects may be data bound to properties of a server-side data source (e.g., a server-side database). Hierarchical data binding relationships are estab ...


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Gary S Burd, Kenneth B Cooper, Scott D Guthrie, David S Ebbo, Mark T Anders, Ted A Peters, Stephen J Millet: Server-side control objects for processing client-side user interface elements. Microsoft, Microsoft Corporation, November 1, 2005: US06961750 (63 worldwide citation)


A server-side control object processes and generates a client-side user interface element for display on a web page. Multiple server-side control objects may be combined into a hierarchy of server-side control objects that cooperate to generate the resulting authoring language code, such as HTML, fo ...


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Gary S Burd, Kenneth B Cooper, Scott D Guthrie, David S Ebbo, Mark T Anders, Ted A Peters, Stephen J Millet: Postback input handling by server-side control objects. Microsoft Corporation, Merchant & Gould, March 14, 2006: US07013340 (52 worldwide citation)


One or more server-side control objects provide server-side processing of postback input received from client-side user interface elements in a request from a client. Such input may include without limitation postback data and postback events generated from a web page on a client and received by a s ...


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Gary S Burd, Kenneth B Cooper, Mark T Anders, Scott D Guthrie, David S Ebbo, Ted A Peters, Stephen J Millet: State management of server-side control objects. Microsoft Corporation, Lee & Hayes PLLC, June 29, 2004: US06757900 (43 worldwide citation)


The state of one or more server-side control objects is managed using a transportable state structure that is communicated between a web server and a client. The transportable state structure may include state information, hierarchical information, and an integrity code. The state information is rel ...


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Gary S Burd, Kenneth B Cooper, Mark T Anders, Scott D Guthrie, David S Ebbo, Ted A Peters, Stephen J Millet: State management of server-side control objects. Microsoft Corporation, Merchant & Gould P C, July 11, 2006: US07076786 (37 worldwide citation)


The state of one or more server-side control objects is managed using a transportable state structure that is communicated between a web server and a client. The transportable state structure may include state information, hierarchical information, and an integrity code. Prior to a response to the c ...


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Gary S Burd, Kenneth B Cooper, Scott D Guthrie, David S Ebbo, Mark T Anders, Ted A Peters, Stephen J Millet: Postback input handling by server-side control objects. Microsoft Corporation, Merchant & Gould P C, August 19, 2008: US07415524 (14 worldwide citation)


One or more server-side control objects provide server-side processing of postback input received from client-side user interface elements in a request from a client. Such input may include without limitation postback data and postback events generated from a web page on a client and received by a s ...


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