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The Microsoft Expression Web Developer's Guide to ASP.NET 3.5: Learn to create ASP.NET applications using Visual Web Developer 2008 by Jim Cheshire

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Introduction

Who Should Read This Book?

Not long ago, I wrote a book on Expression Web called Special Edition Using Microsoft Expression Web. Expression Web is a great product that builds on the success of Microsoft FrontPage, and although many web designers (including myself) were excited about Expression Web, many were also disappointed to see the removal of FrontPage web components.

Because Expression Web added support for ASP.NET development, many Expression Web users who were migrating from FrontPage saw ASP.NET as a natural transition from the FrontPage components that they had grown so used to. Unfortunately, they quickly found themselves overwhelmed with ASP.NET. Let’s face it: Most FrontPage users migrating to Expression Web are not ...

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