Asp.net Tutorial


What is ASP.Net tutorial?

ASP.NET is a web application based framework developed and marketed by Microsoft for programmers to develop dynamic web sites. It provides users a full featured programming language like C# or VB.NET to build web applications easily. This tutorial provides basic understanding of ASP.NET to start this language.

Audience

This tutorial is targeted for the beginners to understand more about basic ASP.NET programming. You will become expertise after completing this tutorial.

Prerequisites

To learn this tutorial, one should have a basic understanding of .NET programming language. Here we are developing web-based applications with ASP.NET web application framework, so it would be easy if you knowledge of other web technologies such as HTML, CSS, AJAX. etc

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