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ASP.NET 2.0 Unleashed by Stephen Walther

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Chapter 1. Overview of the ASP.NET Framework

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ASP.NET and the .NET Framework

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Understanding ASP.NET Controls

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Understanding ASP.NET Pages

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Installing the ASP.NET Framework

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Summary

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Let’s start by building a simple ASP.NET page.

Note

For information on installing ASP.NET, see the last section of this chapter.

If you are using Visual Web Developer or Visual Studio .NET, you first need to create a new website. Start Visual Web Developer and select the menu option File, New Web Site. The New Web Site dialog box appears (see Figure 1.1). Enter the folder where you want your new website to be created ...

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