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ASP to ASP.NET Migration Learning Guide

SearchVB.com staff

Need a little motivation to finally convert your ASP applications to ASP.NET? Our newly updated migration guide can help by spelling out what to expect before porting your applications. Discover conversion tips and tricks, hands-on tutorials, articles, webcasts, online books and much more.

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   TABLE OF CONTENTS   

 

   ASP Migration Quickstart
   ASP Porting and Migration
   ASP Migration Tips
   ASP Online Books
   ASP Developer Webcasts
   ASP Migration Forums
     VISIT OUR OTHER LEARNING GUIDES

 

 

   QUOTED FROM MICROSOFT.COM...
"ASP.NET is a technology for creating dynamic Web applications. It is part of the .NET Framework; you can author ASP.NET applications in most .NET compatible languages, including Visual Basic, C#, and J#. ASP.NET pages (Web Forms) are compiled, providing better performance than with scripting languages. Web Forms allow you to build powerful forms-based Web pages. When building these pages, you can use ASP.NET server controls to create common UI elements, and program them for common tasks. These controls allow you to rapidly build a Web Form out of reusable built-in or custom components, simplifying the code of a page."

 

ASP Migration Quickstart  Table of Contents

 

ASP Porting and Migration  Table of Contents

 

ASP Migration Tips  Table of Contents

 

ASP Online Books  Table of Contents

 

ASP Developer Webcasts  Table of Contents

 

ASP Migration Forums  Table of Contents

 

   ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Brent Sheets is a former Senior Editor at TechTarget and a frequent contributor to SearchVB.com. He founded and managed the popular Visual Basic Web Directory website until it was acquired by TechTarget in 2000 and relaunched as SearchVB.com. Brent currently resides in sunny Florida with his wife and daughter.

 


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