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    ASP or ASP.net (and I don't know what either one of them does!)

    Having used the web for the last 5 years and seeing technologies battle it it, the ASP or ASP.net debate is a hot one. For the last 6months I have been learning DHTML and must say that DHTML via ASP or any other scripting language has got big mileage left. For ASP vs ASP.net fans I would recommend seeing LINK REMOVED and running the demo.


    P.S. I edited this post (and the subject) to avoid misleading information. The original poster obviously has no clue regarding client-side OR server-side langauges and should be ignored completely. - Whammy
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    ASP is going to die a quicky death....We had a discussion about it here last week.

    http://codingforums.com/showthread.p...threadid=28031

    I develop in ASP and .NET on a daily basis since that is what I get paid to do. Everything that can be done in asp and be done in half the code in .NET

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    Ignore this, it's apparently a gratuitious advertisement and not a serious thread by a serious developer. A quick lookup of Richard Greavus in Yahoo finds 3 other places where a nearly identical post is placed in an article's comments section.

    Nothing I see on the site he mentions addresses anything to do with ASP vs ASP.NET anyway.
    Check out the Forum Search. It's the short path to getting great results from this forum.

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    This thread is obviously bogus. DHTML is client-side JavaScript working with the DOM, and has nothing to do with ASP or ASP.NET aside from the fact that you can use it in either.

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