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By now we've all heard about ASP+, Microsoft's next generation of Active Server Pages. ASP+ is a complete rework of ASP from the ground up. With all this hype around the new technology though, there hasn't been much talk about what we might be losing. Code: ASP.NET Beta 1 & VBScript
What is the difference between the plus versions and the regular versions of ASP and COM (ASP+ and COM+)? They are the next implementation of those technologies, no? Author: 15Seconds Discussion List Code: ASP.NET Beta 1 & VB
.NET is supposed to increase productivity. This little side-by-side comparison proves it. One of the main selling points of .NET is that programmers can get more done in less time than before... Author: Bill Wagner Code: ASP.NET v1.0 & VB
In this whitepaper, we will make a powerful comparison between the two choices that businesses have for building XML-based web services: The Java 2, Enterprise Edition (J2EE[tm]), and Microsoft.NET. Author: Chad Vawter Code: ASP.NET Beta 2 & VB
To target the .NET platform and avail functionalities of the managed runtime we developers have quite a few options - in fact (at the time of writing) twenty two all together VS.NET supports the popular four: C#, VB.NET, C++ & J#.
Author: Rai Umair Code: ASP.NET v1.0 & VB
Borland's CEO makes vague allusions implying his company will provide the missing link between Java and .NET. Will Borland pick up where the estrangement between Microsoft and Sun Microsystems left off?
Author: Lori Piquet Code: ASP.NET Beta 1 & VB
In the world of .NET, VB and C# are equals...Or are they? Perception is key, and it may take more than functional parallels to bridge the gap. Author: Jonathan Goodyear Code: ASP.NET Beta 1 & VB
The article begins by briefly probing what constitutes the Java platform and .NET framework.
Thereafter, I share my opinionated view of how Java development was shaped, amid the collaborative and confrontational relationship between Microsoft and Sun... Author: Ashish Banerjee Code: ASP.NET Beta 1 & C#
If you ever used ASP.NET Beta 1, you'll no doubt remember the vast number of changes between Beta 1 and Beta 2. Fortunately, there are only some very minor changes between Beta 2 and v1.0. Author: Scott Mitchell
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