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Part 11: Working Directly with Code > Scripting Web Pages on the Server

Chapter 42. Scripting Web Pages on the Server

Introducing Server-Based Scripting1076
Introducing Active Server Pages1078
Introducing ASP.NET Web Forms1085


Web sites built only of HTML pages and browser-side scripts are one-way conduits. They send information to your Web visitors but receive almost nothing in return. If you want your site to receive, process, save, and react to information from your Web visitors, you’ll need to either sit by your Web server 24 hours a day (and be a very fast typist) or develop some sort of program to handle the interactions for you. Of course, most developers choose the latter option and learn to write programs that run on the Web server.


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