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ADO.NET Programming in Visual Basic™ .NET by Bob Howell, Steve Holzner

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ASP .NET Projects

Now we get to the point where Visual Studio .NET really shines in comparison to previous versions. Previously, to develop a web application with Visual Studio tools, you had to jump between Visual Interdev, FrontPage, and VB, depending on the type of web application you were building. You used Visual Interdev to build client-side web applications, FrontPage for static pages, and VB to develop web classes and server-side components. Each tool had its strengths and weaknesses. All that is history with Visual Studio.NET. There are no longer separate tools required to develop web applications. The process for developing a server-side web application is now as close as it gets to the process for developing a standard Windows application. ...

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