Chapter 34. Building ASP.NET Web Applications

Many of the most common activities in everyday life are often performed via the Internet and websites. You book a flight via airline companies’ websites; you buy tickets for the theater via ticketing websites; and you can pay your bills via your bank’s website. Also, most companies (and probably yours, too) have local networks running internal web applications for several kinds of purposes, such as office automation, storing data, and ...

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