ASP Migration to ASP.NET
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Published: 07 Sep 2001
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This article touches on some of the changes when moving from Classic ASP to ASP.NET.
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ASP Migration to ASP.NET

Published on 09/07/01

 

Nobody expects the Spanish Inquisition

ASP.NET is not light work, I've been reading two books at the same time, one on ASP 3 and the other on ASP.NET and its like learning two different languages (VBScript and VB.NET) and I found that treating them as different makes it easy to learn the language (from now on when I refer to language it mean VB.NET being use in ASP.NET) and adapt it to my old applications. This article will not touch all the changes (the changes from Beta 1 to Beta 2 are many many many pages alone) but I want to give you a look at what to expect.

The one thing I hate

I have read multiply books on ASP and I am very very pissed off about the following statement being used -

Response.Write "Hi"

Do you see it? When calling a method ALWAYS use brackets for the parameters. I always have and its very good practice and makes code more readable, ASP.NET has finally put a stop the madness of this by forcing people to use -

Response.Write("Hi")

And its about time too.


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