Web Applications

  • Stephen R. G. Fraser


You’ve looked at the console—nice, but not the most user-friendly environment for your application’s users to work in. You’ve also looked at the Windows application. This, on the other hand, is a great environment for your users to work in. But these are only two of the three worlds in which to develop .NET applications. In fact, you haven’t even covered the areas that make .NET special: the Internet and ASP.NET. In this chapter, you’ll cover the first of the two pieces that make up ASP.NET: the Web application or, as it’s more commonly known, the Web Form. In the next chapter, you’ll cover Web services.


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© Stephen R. G. Fraser 2003

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