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A Programmer's Guide to .NET by Alexei Fedorov

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6.10. Conclusion

In this chapter, we learned how to use Microsoft .NET to create web applications with the help of two technologies – active server pages .NET (ASP.NET) and web forms.

We learned a lot about the ASP.NET-related namespace, its main classes, and its secondary namespaces, web applications infrastructure, and the main features provided by ASP.NET. We also discussed how to use ASP.NET to get information about a client browser, how to get and set cookies, use a cache, deal with configuration, application security, send e-mails, and maintain the state of ASP applications. We ended this chapter with a discussion of the internals of web forms.

In the next chapter, we will learn about ASP.NET server controls – a set of classes used to ...

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