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ASP.NET Dr. Ralph Westfall February, 2009
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Web Development Problem HTML designed to display static pages only interactive when user clicks links can’t provide animation except How Do I Make An Animated GIF ? can’t create custom pages for specific types of customers can’t use databases, spreadsheets, etc. no security capabilities in HTML itself except hiding passwords <input type="password" etc.
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Solution 1: Client Side Scripts JavaScript (dominant product) can do animation, rollovers , message boxes calculations , validation of user inputs incorporate customized content into pages e.g. based on day/time, user inputs, etc. provide limited access to user’s system
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Client Side Scripts (continued) what (client side) JavaScript can’t do connect with databases, and possibly other applications on the server provide meaningful security for access control (but JavaScript Source has some "hackish" scripts) hiding proprietary code if it's in the HTML file or user has a tool to find it (e.g., Web Developer add-on for Firefox)
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Solution 2: Server Side Scripts use common gateway interface ( CGI ) offer database & security capabilities written in C, C++, Perl, etc. relatively difficult to program & maintain use server resources relatively inefficiently separate programs in addition to
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Solution 3: "Classic" ASP Active Server Pages released by Microsoft in 1996 works with Microsoft servers Windows Server 2008 free Visual Web Developer Express 2008 IDE includes a lightweight personal web server for developing ASP.NET applications so does Visual Studio
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This note was uploaded on 04/13/2009 for the course CIS 338 taught by Professor Westfall during the Winter '09 term at Cal Poly Pomona.

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