ASP, ASP.NET, ISAPI, and legacy CGI

ASP ASP stands for Active Server Pages and was developed by Microsoft for version 3 of IIS, which was part of the Windows NT 4 Server platform. ASP is a server-side scripting environment that can be used to create dynamic and interactive web applications. ASP pages usually have the file extension .asp and are generally written using Visual Basic Scripting Edition (VBScript) or JScript, two scripting languages developed by Microsoft specifically for the ASP environment (VBScript is an offshoot of Visual Basic [VB], while JScript is Microsoft’s equivalent of Netscape’s JavaScript language). However,…Read more …

Some Important features of Dot Net.

Interoperability support (Interop) Migrating to .NET from existing languages and platforms has been made much easier. Especially if that environment is COM or Java. COM, Interop is built into the framework, and C# will be very familiar for those developing in Java currently. In fact, Microsoft has a migration utility to automatically migrate existing Java source code into C#. Common language runtime (CLR) This is the engine that is shared among all languages supported in .NET, including C#, VB.NET, Managed C++, J#, and others to come. With the help of the CLR, the…Read more …