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Build Your Own ASP.NET 4 Web Site Using C# & VB, 4th Edition by Cristian Darie, Wyatt Barnett, Timmothy Posey

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Chapter 5Building Web Applications

In the previous chapters, we discussed the different pieces of ASP.NET in some detail. In this chapter, you’ll start putting together everything you’ve learned in a larger context. That’s right: it’s time to build your own web application!

Microsoft defines a web application as the collection of all files, pages, handlers, modules, and executable code that can be invoked or run within a given directory on a web server. As we embark on developing a web application, we’ll continue using Visual Web Developer 2010 Express Edition, and you’ll explore more of the useful features it has in store for ASP.NET developers.

It’s worth keeping in mind that you don’t have to use Visual Web Developer, or any other specialized ...

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