Chapter: Internet & World Wide Web HOW TO PROGRAM - Active Server Pages (ASP)

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Active Server Pages (ASP)

Interactive Web pages are created with both client- and server-side scripting.

Chapter 25

Active Server Pages (ASP)

 

Introduction

 

Interactive Web pages are created with both client- and server-side scripting. This book has focused on client-side scripting up to this point. The next several chapters discuss server-side technologies, which are essential to programming Internet applications. Server-side scripting uses information sent by clients, information stored on the server, information stored in the server’s memory and information from the Internet to dynamically create Web pages. The next two chapters focus on Active Server Pages (ASP), a server-side technology that dynam-ically builds documents (e.g., XHTML, text, XML, etc.) in response to client requests.

The examples in this chapter illustrate how Active Server Pages use server and client information to create and send dynamic Web pages to clients. Examples in this chapter include a program to display the time and date on a Web server, a guest book, a Web page creator, a user verification system and an advertisement rotator. Chapter 26 builds on this chapter to construct an online message forum that uses Active Server Pages.


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