Active Server Pages
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"Active Server Pages" is a book by Timothy Eden.
- also known as "Active Server Pages: in plain English"
Active Server Pages, also known as Classic ASP or ASP Classic, was Microsoft's first server-side script engine for dynamically generated web pages. Initially released as an add-on to Internet Information Services via the Windows NT 4.0 Option Pack, it was subsequently included as a free component of Windows Server. ASP.NET, first released in January 2002, has superseded ASP.
- also known as ASP
- developer: Microsoft Corporation
- genre: Web application framework
- license: Proprietary software
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Dictionary of e-Business (2003)
A Definitive Guide to Technology and Business Terms by Francis Botto
Active Server Pages (ASPs) offer the advantages of: ATA • shorter Web application development life cycle – particularly.
by Ramesh Bangia
See also Active Desktop, Active Platform, Active Server Pages, ActiveX. Active Server Pages A Web-oriented technology developed by Microsoft that is designed to enable server-side (as opposed to client-side) scripting. Active Server Pages ...
by Ejub Kajan
pASP – pocket Active Server Pages. A scaled-down version of Active Server Pages (see ASP), optimized for server-side mobile channels scripting. PAT – Pattern. A filename extension for a file that contains a CorelDraw pattern. Figure P-2 ...
by منصور الطوالبة
خادم نشط Active Server Pages صفحات الخادم النشطة: تقنية تم تطويرها بواسطة شركة مايكروسوفت تُستخدم في إنشاء صفحات مواقع شبكية ديناميكية حيث يتم تنفيذ الأوامر المكتوبة بهذه اللغة من قبل الخادم وليس من قبل جهاز المستخدم. Active Star شبكة ...
by Andrew Butterfield, Gerard Ekembe Ngondi, Anne Kerr
Active Server Pages (ASP) A technology from Microsoft to generate *serverside * dynamic web pages. Its core is an extension to *HTML syntax that allows program fragments written in a scripting language (usually *VBScript) to be embedded ...
Active Server Pages Abbr. ASP. In Microsoft Internet Information Server, a script and execution that interpreter environment supports VBScript and Java Script ...
HIMSS Dictionary of Health Information Technology Terms, Acronyms, and Organizations, Fourth Edition (2017)
Active server pages: See ASP. Activity-based costing: See ABC. Activity tracker: A device or application for monitoring and tracking fitness-related metrics such as distance walked or run, calorie consumption, heartbeat, and quality of sleep.
Active Server Pages are text files that can contain not only text and HTML tags as in ...
Active server pages (ASP) and ASP.NET are serverside programming technologies developed by Microsoft Corporation. Server-side programs run on Web servers and are used for dynamically generating Web pages. Many data- intensive ...
by G. Manoilov, B. Radichkova
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The Internet Encyclopedia (2004)
by Hossein Bidgoli
Active server pages (ASP) and ASP.NET are server- side programming technologies developed by Microsoft Corporation. Server-side programs run on Web servers and are used for dynamically generating Web pages. Many data- intensive ...
by Eddie Martin
See Also: Active Server Pages; ASP; Cascading Style Sheets; Cold Fusion; CSS; DHTML; Dynamic Hypertext Markup Language; Edit; Extensible Hypertext Markup Language; eXtensible Markup Language; Extensible Style Language; Form; ...
(Active Server Pages) on Windows web servers, a system for generating web pages partly or completely by computation, not by launching a separate program as in CGI, but by running scripts interpretively within the web pages as they are ...
by John Feather, Paul Sturges
scripts written in programming languages like Perl or PHP to proprietary server extensions like Microsoft's ASP (Active Server Pages). It allows the ...
by John Daintith, Edmund Wright
Active Server Pages See ASP. ActiveX /ak-tă-veks/ Trademark A development by Microsoft of a loosely defined collection of technologies based on COM used to enable different software components to interact. The most common example is ...
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