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The ASP Column: Deploying an ASP.NET App Using Visual Studio .NET

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When Visual Studio® . NET was released back in February 2002, it included a number of new features that made it easier to create Web applications. The Microsoft® . NET Framework includes classes for intercepting and processing HTTP requests, and Visual Studio .

George Shepherd

MSDN Magazine November 2002

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