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ASP.NET Web Pages Tutorials

ASP.NET is a development framework to create web pages and sites using HTML, CSS, JavaScript and server scripts.

ASP.NET supports three different development model:
Web Pages (Web page), MVC (Model View Controller Model - View - Controller), Web Forms (Web Form):

This tutorial introduces Web Pages.

Web Pages MVC Web Forms

Where to start?

Most developers to learn a new technology, see how it works from the beginning of the instance.

By "running instance" easy to learn

Our "running instance" tool to make Web Pages easier to learn.

It shows the ASP.NET code and HTML output while running instance.

Click on "run an instance" button to see how it works:

Examples of Web Pages

<h1>Hello Web Pages</h1>
<p>The time is @DateTime.Now </p>

Running instance »

What is Web Pages?

Web Pages are three ways to create ASP.NET Web sites and Web applications in one programming mode.

The other two modes are programmed Web Forms and MVC (Model View Controller Model - View - Controller).

Web Pages is the easiest to develop ASP.NET web development model. It provides a simple way to HTML, CSS, JavaScript and server scripts combine:

  • Easy to learn, easy to understand, easy to use
  • Around a single web page creation
  • Similar to PHP and classic ASP
  • Visual Basic or C # server script
  • Full HTML, CSS and JavaScript control

Web Pages built-in database, video, graphics, and other social media more Web Helpers, so it is easy to expand.

Course Web Pages

If you are new to ASP.NET, advice from Web Pages to start learning.

In our Web Pages tutorial, you will learn how to use VB (Visual Basic) or C # (C sharp) server marks the latest Razor syntax to HTML, CSS, JavaScript and server code together.

You can also learn how to use with programmable Web Helpers (including databases, video, graphics, social media, etc.) to expand your website.

Examples of Web Pages

Learning by example!

Because ASP.NET code is executed on the server, you can not view the code in your browser. You can only see plain HTML page output.

In, each instance will be the hidden ASP.NET code is displayed, which will allow you to more easily understand how it works.

Examples of Web Pages

Web Pages Reference Manual

In the end of this tutorial, you will see a complete ASP.NET reference manual describes the objects, components, properties and methods.

Web Pages Reference Manual

Use WebMatrix

In this tutorial, we use WebMatrix.

WebMatrix is ​​a simple but powerful, Web Pages by Microsoft specifically for customized, free ASP.NET development tools.

WebMatrix comprising:

  • Examples of Web Pages and Templates
  • Language for Web server (VB or C # server marks the Razor syntax)
  • For Web server (IIS Express)
  • One kind of database server (SQL Server Compact)
  • A complete Web development framework (ASP.NET)

By using WebMatrix, you can begin to develop from a website and an empty blank page, or you can use the "Web application library" of open source applications for secondary development. PHP and ASP.NET applications many of which are open source, such as Umbraco, DotNetNuke, Drupal, Joomla, WordPress and so on. WebMatrix also has built-in security, search engine optimization and online publishing tools.

Use WebMatrix development of technology and the code can be seamlessly converted into fully specialized ASP.NET application.

If you want to try to use WebMatrix, please click the link below to install: