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Computing with C# and the .NET Framework, 2nd Edition by Gittleman

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16ASP.NET

16.1 HTML

16.2 Web Server Controls and Code Behind

16.3 Three-Tiered Architectures

16.4 Session Tracking

The browser provides access to web sites all over the world. It is the primary mode of computing for many users. Static World Wide Web pages return the same content to every user, but very often users submit information and receive responses based on that information. The web server uses programs running on the server to provide the response tailored to the client. Microsoft includes ASP.NET in the .NET Framework to support dynamic web pages. ASP (Active Server Pages), the previous web technology from Microsoft, in its new form uses the .NET Framework Class Library.

Browsers display HTML documents. HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) ...

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