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Old July 29th, 2005, 05:28 AM
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Hi All,
I am migrating from classic ASP to ASP .NET, but I have heard that beta version for .NET is freely availabe on net, if so can anyone give me link for downloads.

Thanks in advance.:)

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From here you can download the beta 2 free of cost if you are a MSDN Subscriber or you can also order for a DVD from here.

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Hi Charul,
I am new to .NET.

We are planning to buy Frontpage for web designing, but cost affetcts,
So, can this beta version can be used for web page design?

what exctly this free beta version will include? viz. VB.NET,ASP.NET,c#??

Thanks in advance.

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If you bother to read the pages you're referred to, you would have had the answer to this hours ago.

The beta's are for .NET 2.0 There are different versions, including a specialized version for ASP.NET development, called Visual Web Developer. Check out the link posted earlier + this one: http://lab.msdn.microsoft.com/express/vwd/default.aspx

Be aware that all this is for ASP.NET 2.0, and *not* for ASP.NET 1.1


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