Introduction to ASP.NET
Prerequisites to Learn ASP.NET
You have to know the tools of a technology like ASP.NET before you can learn about the technology itself. The platform is a part of Microsoft. Net. So, the applications in ASP.NET are actually compiled codes that are scripted using the reusable and extensible components or the objects that are present in the Microsoft.Net framework. So, if you can learn a programming language that is a part of the .Net framework, it will be easier for you to get an in-depth understanding of ASP.NET.
Uses of ASP.NET
HTML and Code Separation: ASP.NET allows developers to handle the page's layout and the page's code separately so that they can collaborate with designers easily. This is very important as HTML and ASP.NET must work in tandem to create responsive and interactive web pages.
Graphical Development: ASP.NET has a rich GUI-based development environment that allows the developers to work with features such as property settings, drag and drop etc. With ASP.NET, the developers get to work on a visible interface.
State Management: The ASP.NET system provides application and session state management solutions. The database or memory stores the State information that can then be shared and also recovered in case of server failure.
File Update in Running Server: ASP.NET lets the application to get updated while the server is running and the clients remain connected.
Support for Compiled Languages: ASP.NET supports compiled languages and thus the programs run faster and better.