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  1. #1
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    Dec 1969

    Default To ASP.Net or Not to ASP.Net

    Quick question...I've done quite a bit of reading and even tried out some coding, yet I'm not sure if it's worth using ASP.Net in "real life" here at work. We're a company that creates online courses for corporations (so we need to be as browser friendly as possible). We use quite a bit of Flash and graphics to our programs since design is very important. I happen to live on Dreamweaver because it gives me that great balance between designing and programming. So far, what I've seen with ASP.Net, is that it's not exactly the most browser-friendly programming (at least with Visual Studio), and I can't use it with my Dreamweaver. Is it really worth it for me to invest the time and/or money? Thanks for any opinions!

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Dec 1969

    Default RE: To ASP.Net or Not to ASP.Net

    Check out this thread....It might offer some insight.<BR><BR>

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