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ASP.NET: An Introduction

ASP.NET is not just the next version of ASP: it's the next era of web development. ASP.NET allows us to use a fully featured programming language (such as C# or VB.NET) to build web applications easily. In this article, John talks about the fundamentals of ASP.NET and some of its powerful features such as web services, the MSDN library and several learning resources.

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By: John Rebbeck
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December 26, 2001
  1. · ASP.NET: An Introduction
  2. · ASP.NET
  3. · ASP.NET (contd.)
  4. · ASP.NET (contd.)
  5. · Conclusion

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Unfortunately, because ASP.NET is new, there is not as much material on the web for it as there is for traditional ASP. The best place to start learning ASP.NET (if you have previous programming experience) is http://www.gotdotnet.com. As you start getting into ASP.NET, you will rely greatly on the MSDN library which includes the complete class library definitions amongst other things.

ASP.NET is a very exciting web programming language, and looks set to change the way we program the web. If you would like to jump right in and learn everything there is to know about ASP.NET, you should consider purchasing one/more of the books shown below.
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