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Building a rich internet application in asp.net

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Dear All,Is it possible to develop something like this with asp.net, html and javascript?http://www.gsk.com/annualreview2009/i think this website is developed in flash with actionscript. I dont want to use Silverlight or Flash . what are the other options i have?Thanks

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