Microsoft ASP.NET 2.0 is technology that allows programmers to create dynamic web applications. ASP.NET 2.0 can be used to create anything from small, personal websites through to large, enterprise-class web applications. New to Windows Extensions, Modules, and Libraries?
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- Compiled code means applications run faster with more design-time errors trapped at the development stage.
- Significantly improved run-time error handling, making use of exception handling using try-catch blocks.
- Similar metaphors to Microsoft Windows applications such as controls and events.
- An extensive set of controls and class libraries allows the rapid building of applications, plus user-defined controls allow commonly-used web template, such as menus. Layout of these controls on a page is easier because most of it can be done visually in most editors.
- ASP.NET leverages the multi-language capabilities of the .NET Common Language Runtime, allowing web pages to be coded in VB.NET, C#, J#, Delphi.NET, Chrome etc.
- Ability to cache the whole page or just parts of it to improve performance.
- Ability to use the code-behind development model to separate business logic from presentation.
- If an ASP.NET application leaks memory, the ASP.NET runtime unloads the AppDomain hosting the erring application and reloads the application in a new AppDomain.
- Session state in ASP.NET can be saved in a Microsoft SQL Server database or in a separate process running on the same machine as the web server or on a different machine. That way session values are not lost when the web server is reset or the ASP.NET worker process is recycled.
- Web Server Controls: these are controls introduced by ASP.NET for providing the UI for the web form. These controls are state managed controls and are WYSIWYG controls.