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Microsoft® ASP.NET 4 Step by Step by George Shepherd

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Chapter 2. ASP.NET Application Fundamentals

After completing this chapter, you will be able to

  • Create Internet Information Services (IIS) virtual directories.

  • Develop an HTML page into an ASP.NET application.

  • Mix HTML with executable code and work with server-side script blocks.

  • Locate and view the assembly compiled by ASP.NET from an .aspx file.

  • Work with code-behind and code-beside execution models.

  • Use Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 to create Web projects.

This chapter covers the fundamentals involved in building an ASP.NET application. From a syntactical point of view, writing .NET code is similar to writing the classic ASP code that you might have seen during the late dot-com era. Many of the key symbols remain the same, and even some of the syntax ...

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