Until now, all of the example applications in this text have focused on Windows Forms and console-based front ends. In the next two chapters, you explore how the.NET platform facilitates the construction of browser-based presentation layers. To begin, you’ll quickly review a number of key Web-centric atoms (HTTP, HTML, client-side, and server-side code bases) as well as the role of commercial Web servers (such as Microsoft IIS). During this process, you will create a simple Web application using HTML and classic ASP Of course, if you are already “Web aware,” feel free to skim or skip these initial sections entirely. On the other hand, if you come to ASP.NET with limited Web development experience, this primer will provide a valuable frame of reference for the chapters that follow.
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