What is ASP? Make a Website in ASP
Suppose you have read the applications initiation of Internet which can be defined as ASP. ASP stands for Active Server Pages. There is the way to write applications of internet and that which is written to the IDC which is running on server. The wonder you so much. IDC has minimize the instruction, that is the difference: making a simple decision yes / no and little else but programmer ASP give all the wealth of many scripting languages:
A real language, only you build one or more program languages (in script) along with the HTML version, it remain crucial because it is only for those who understand browsers.
Operating system is the equivalent of ASP JSP or PHP for machines with UNIX or LINUX there are Windows versions but they are not native. Static content to write pages makes little sense to use ASP which can be done. when we need to build complex applications,
If “ASP.NET Web Site”, is not already selected then you need to choose earlier. After that you can also give name to your new site. This will be completed by entering a name in the Location box. This text box is already filled for you like “Website1” last part being something. “. You can select this and also choose the location of the project, or there is the one another option that you can enter a new one “My Websites“, I have created this folder and in this folder, I would like to create the new project with the name of “First Website“. This is less important now but later on you might wish to gather all your projects in a specific folder.
This tutorial will focus on the C# language. No need to require any knowledge once again, if you already know another. From net language you will get to learn some C# with this tutorial as well. Select C# in the dropdown option for the chose the language. Then,click the Ok button for the making of the website. Virtual simulator will create a very basic website for you who consist of only an aspx file of Default and an app data folder. Just accept the fact for now that they are there, I will explain it later. We will only use the Default.aspx for this first example. For the obligatory “Hello, world!” example, move on to the next chapter.