Analysis of Getting Started with ASP.NET 3.5 by Scott Mitchell

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In the web programming technology today, there are many exceptional programming languages that have helped web developers create dynamic web pages. After reviewing an article titled, “Getting Started with ASP.NET 3.5” written by Scott Mitchell, it explains that Microsoft ASP.NET 3.5 is a web application framework developed and supported by Microsoft Corporation used to create and maintain dynamic web sites, web services, and web applications among others. It is also a successor of Active Server Pages (ASP), and it merged with .NET framework back in 2002. Scott Mitchell, author of seven books on classic ASP and ASP.NET, specifies to the web programming technology Active Server Pages as a popular choice for creating dynamic websites, but that is missing key features for web programming that could be found in other web programming applications. In the article, Mitchell uses his professional experience as a writer and as a developer in web programming with Microsoft technologies to explain step-by-step the different modules that are required to successfully create ASP.NET web pages....

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