Beginning Active Server Pages 3.0

Beginning Active Server Pages 3.0 Author : David Buser, Chris Ullman, Brian Francis, Jon Duckett, John Kauffman, Juan T. Llibre, David Sussman
Publisher : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Pub Date : 1999-12-01
Page : 1232
Language : en
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Active Server Pages is an essential part of the next generation of web development within Microsoft’s .NET framework. This popular and easy to learn server side scripting technology enables developers to build dynamic web pages on the fly and tailor web pages to their specific requirements.

.NET allows sections of code to be written in any one of the framework-compliant languages, with little practical difference beyond personal preference. C# is one of the languages that developers will use to develop pages in ASP.NET.
— There are no ASP.NET books on the market targeted for C# programmers
— Wrox has dominated the ASP market and are set to do the same thing with ASP.NET. The use of C# and VB.NET in similar numbers shows that to do a book catering for each community will provide those coming to ASP.NET with total choice and coverage without any extraneous information on a language they won’t use, while learning ASP.NET
— This book is a sister title to ASP.NET using VB.NET; it is writen specifically for those who want to learn ASP.NET using C# as their programming language

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