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ASP.Net Takes The Pain Out Of Server Side Web Development

By Peter Avis

ASP dot NET Web Development is a type of application framework that was designed by Microsoft. This application is used to build web services, web applications and dynamic web sites and uses the common language runtime. Any of the ASP. NET is supported by any language used for. NET.

. NET web pages are what are used to create applications and ASP. NET has helped to improve the design process as well as the performance of the page or application. The web forms that tend to form the building blocks of applications all end in an x and many ties a programmer can insert dynamic codes such as JSP, PHP or ASP.

A lot of the directories and controls can be completely customized and these areas include BIN, APP_browsers, APP_WebReferences, APP-code, APP_GlobalResources, APP_data and APP_Themes. There are many other different file extensions that can be incorporated into your ASP. NET applications that include asax, edmz, ascx, svc, ashx, skin, asmx, sitemap, axd, resx, browser, master, config, dbml and cs/vb.

The ASP. Net has many benefits for performance as it compiles all of the server codes to a DLL file or files that are found on the web server. This occurs automatically and makes it very easy to develop the application. This ASPX will then be placed on a compatible ASP. NET server.

ASP. NET was developed to make it easier for web developers to transition from web development to Windows application development. It is possible to build web pages that have controls of which are very similar to Windows user interface. ASP. NET encourages event driven GUI rather than web scripting environments.

There are many benefits to using ASP. NET and if you are interested in web development you should definitely give ASP. NET a try.

If you would like to learn more about ASP.NET training courses, visit Macresource Computer Training, an independent computer training company offering ASP.NET training courses in London and throughout the UK.

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