This section provides you with in-depth language reference information for each mobile control available in ASP.NET page framework.
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The AdRotator control offers advertisement rotation functionality in the same way that the Web Forms AdRotator control does, but provides adaptive rendering for mobile devices.
The Calendar control offers date-picking functionality in the same way that the Web Calendar control does, but appears on mobile devices.
The Command control provides a way to invoke Microsoft ASP.NET event handlers from UI elements.
The CompareValidator control compares one control to another by using a specified comparison operator.
The CustomValidator control allows the developer to provide a custom method to validate another control's field.
The Form control is a container for one or more controls within a MobilePage object.
The Image control specifies an image to display on a mobile device.
The Label control creates a text-based control that displays output-only text on a mobile device.
The Link control creates a text-based, output-only control that represents either a hyperlink to another Form control on a mobile page, or an arbitrary URL.
The List control renders a list of items to a mobile device.
This is the base class for all mobile ASP.NET pages. As such, the MobilePage control provides the outermost layer of all the containers in a mobile Web application. It is the only container associated with a URL and primarily contains style and context information common to all controls.
The ObjectList control provides a feature-rich view of a list of data objects.
The Panel control provides a grouping mechanism for organizing controls. Panel controls can be recursively nested within a form — the Panel control's container. There is no rendering associated with a Panel control.
The PhoneCall control generates device-dependent interactive UI for automatically calling or displaying telephone numbers.
The RangeValidator control validates that the values of another control fall within an allowable range, where the minimum and maximum are provided either directly or by reference to another control.
The RegularExpressionValidator control validates that the values of another control match a specified expression.
The RequiredFieldValidator control validates that user input has been entered in another control.
The SelectionList control provides a UI rendering capability that allows a user to select from a variety of choices.
The StyleSheet control has no visual representation and is used to organize styles that will be applied to other controls.
The TextBox control generates single-line text boxes.
The TextView control displays large fields of text. Unlike the TextBox control, this control does not support editing.
The ValidationSummary control displays a summary of all the validation errors that occurred during the rendering of a form.