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Old October 25th, 2004, 06:44 AM
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Can anybody put on the right track to start designing using vbnet with mx2004.
I have experience in asp, but never did anything with .net yet.

I don't know where to start.
 
Old October 25th, 2004, 02:33 PM
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Hi there,

Check out www.asp.net. That site is the main staring point for learning ASP.NET. You'll find that many concept for .NET in general (for example, using the Web Matrix) will transfer to Dreamweaver MX quite easy.

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i came across that site today, and indeed i found it very usefull.
thanks Imar.

have t say, a hell of a diference between asp and asp.net.
i am already running into trouble.
 
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Oh, definitely. ASP.NET is way different from ASP.

Although I am a fanatic Dreamweaver user, I must say that Dreamweaver's support for ASP.NET is pretty limited. I find myself switching between Visual Studio .NET (for coding, with the Code Behind model) and Dreamweaver (for design related tasks and the general look and feel of the site) all the time.

.NET / ASP.NET have a pretty steep learning curve. However, once you master ASP.NET, you'll be amazed about how quickly you can create cool Web sites.

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