SharePoint Application and Site Pages - Part 1 of 2
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by Steven Barden
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Conclusion

On Application pages, you can see some reasons for and against their use. As for the basic comparison of these pages or their use, I would not stop with this reading as there are other points made by other authors who will bring up information I have left out or may be more useful to your case, certainly about the underlying parts that drive these pages. Both types of pages have their purposes. I would simply be cautious in determining what pages are best used as Site pages and what are best used as Application pages. We will cover some example information next.

 


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Title: Great article   
Name: Raghavendra.B.S
Date: 2012-02-24 1:40:03 PM
Comment:
very good article.helped me to understand the concept very clearly.It would be even more better with sample code :-)
Title: Thanks   
Name: Balaji
Date: 2010-11-02 6:04:19 AM
Comment:
Thanks for Sharing !!
Title: sharpoint   
Name: Denial
Date: 2009-12-31 9:28:38 AM
Comment:
First of all. Thanks very much for your useful post.

I just came across your blog and wanted to drop you a note telling you how impressed I was with the

information you have posted here.

Please let me introduce you some info related to this post and I hope that it is useful for community.

There is a good SharePoint resource site, Have alook

http://www.how2sharepoint.com/

http://www.sharepoint2003.com/

http://sharepointbank.com/

Thanks again
Rahul
Title: Nice article   
Name: Sanoj
Date: 2009-09-30 6:14:15 AM
Comment:
Nice explanation
Title: many words   
Name: me
Date: 2009-03-31 3:25:57 AM
Comment:
Dont use negative words before you view the static piece of information.
I mean first put the rule and then make it obvious by more talkings..
now i lost in that article.
Title: long article but not clear and specified   
Name: shady
Date: 2009-03-31 3:23:12 AM
Comment:
good work.
but not good clear explanations in addition to strange accent.
and im new in sharepoint..
i wish if i rephrase it again in pretty manner.

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