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Chapter 33. Active Server Pages and VBSc... > Building Active Server Page Applicat...

Building Active Server Page Applications

You can use the same technologies and languages you use to implement client-side scripting. You can use Visual Basic 5, for example, to create ActiveX controls and Active Server components. You can use VBScript to bring together Java applets, ActiveX controls (or Active Server components), and HTML to create ASP.

The chief ingredients in any ASP application are scripted instructions embedded in an HTML document. When a browser requests a file containing an Active Server Page document, the server parses out and executes the scripted instructions. Any HTML output from the script is inserted back into the document in place of the original script code. The result is a pure HTML page that is sent back to the browser.


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