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Why are properties important in WebPart development, and how have you exploited them in past development projects? What must each custom property have?

Posted By :Sasi Prabhu     Posted Date :October 31, 2011    Points :40   Category :SharePoint 
Properties are important because WebParts allow levels of personalization for each user. WebPart properties make it possible for a user to interact, adjust, and increase overall experience value with the programmatic assets that you develop without having the need to use an external editor or right any code. A very simple example of exploiting a property would be something like allowing the user to change the text on the WebPart design interface so that they can display whatever string of text they desire.
Each custom property that you have must have the appropriate get and set accessor methods.


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