Sebastjan Pugelj (2010) The comparison of asp and asp.net technologies on web footbal tracking system development. EngD thesis.
The main aim of the diploma thesis is the comparison of two different technologies for web application development. In our case, both technologies are Microsoft products: ASP and ASP.NET. The first technology uses as main development language the Visual Basic, and the other technology C#. The comparison is done through a development of a system for monitoring the football events. Web site publications are one of the most efficient ways to present our activity to the general public. The diploma work describes the development and performance system for football events monitoring. The system is divided into two modules: user module and administrator module. The comparison of the technologies is made on the administrator module. Also, presented separately is the user module developed in FLEX technology. ASP is the first Microsoft server side script engine for dynamically generated web pages. ASP.NET is the successor of the ASP framework. ASP.NET is intended like ASP for dynamical web application and web service development. ASP.NET is built on the Common Language Runtime (CLR) which allows programmers to write code using any supported .NET language. Adobe Flex is a software development kit, released by Adobe Systems for the development and deployment of cross-platform rich Internet applications based on the Adobe Flash platform The system is developed strictly to the customer’s demands, pointing the development path in the direction of fulfilling the demands. User module’s primary function is monitoring football events by internet users. The administrator module is intended for commentators to insert and edit data relevant to the football events appearing to the user. The best technology for building applications with given infrastructures has proved to be ASP.NET. Its advantages are both, much easier coding and debugging.
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