# 1 ASP.net Web Hosting
Many web hosting providers offering windows hosting with IIS web server have ASP.net programming support along MS Access and MSSQL database. Here is our best asp.net web hosting choice, suitable for your lastest technology needs (ASP 2.0, 3.0)
701 Lee Road, Suite 300
Chesterbrook, PA 19087
1&1 Internet Inc.
701 Lee Road, Suite 300
Chesterbrook, PA 19087
Information by Phone
1-877-GO-1AND1 (1-877-461-2631) for information about products, features or prices
Representatives are available Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 11:00 pm EST, excluding national holidays.
Your questions about products, features or prices to firstname.lastname@example.org
1&1's Technical Support team is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and can be reached by phone and e-mail.
From your Control Panel
Log in to the 1&1 Control Panel, select your contract and click "Help & Contact" to locate our support team Contact Form as well as the phone number for our toll-free support line.
Use the in-depth FAQ section on their website to get additional tips. It's a great way to learn how to fine tune your website, enhance your e-mail features and more.
- Plan: Unlimited Windows
- Category: Shared Hosting / Windows
- Plan Price: $0.99/mo
- Bandwidth /Data Transfer: unmetered
- Web Space: unlimited
E-mail Accounts 100
E-mail Storage 2 GB
ASP.NET/.NET Framework 4.5
ASP MVC 3 and 4
MS SQL 2012 Databases (1 GB each) :: 5
(SSI) Server Side Includes
MS Access Database Support
Design Software Graphic Archive
1&1 Dynamic Content Catalog
At 1&1 you can use ASP hosting in three different windows hosting packages. All options include full functionality and extensive compatibility of ASP hosting. Choose the matching package for your personal requirements of volume and performance speed. Unlimited Windows is limited to 2 databases, which is typically enough for a text-heavy website or blog. The other packages offer a higher amount of ...
About ASP.net Web Hosting
ASP.NET is a web application framework developed by Microsoft to allow web programmers to build dynamic web applications, web sites and web services. It was first released in January 2002 with version 1.0 of the .NET Framework, and is the successor to Microsoft's Active Server Pages (ASP) technology. ASP.NET is built on the Common Language Runtime (CLR), allowing programmers to write ASP.NET code using any supported .NET language. The ASP.NET SOAP extension framework allows ASP.NET components to process SOAP messages.
.NET pages, known officially as "web forms", are the main building block for application development. Web forms are contained in files with an ".aspx" extension; in programming jargon, these files typically contain static (X)HTML markup, as well as markup defining server-side Web Controls and User Controls where the developers place all the required static and dynamic content for the web page.
ASP.NET supports creating reusable components through the creation of User controls. A user control follows the same structure as a Web form, except that such controls are derived from the System.Web.UI.UserControl class, and are stored in ASCX files. Like ASPX files, an ASCX file contains static HTML or XHTML markup, as well as markup defining web control and other user controls.
Programmers can also build Custom controls for ASP.NET applications. Unlike User controls, these controls don't have an ASCX markup-file, having all their code compiled into a DLL-file. Such Custom controls can be used across multiple web-applications and Visual Studio projects (which is not allowed with User controls). By using a Register directive, the control is loaded from the DLL.
ASP.NET uses a visited composites rendering technique. During compilation, the template (.aspx) file is compiled into initialization code which builds a control tree (the composite) representing the original template. Literal text goes into instances of the Literal control class, and server controls are represented by instances of a specific control class. The initialization code is combined with user-written code (usually by the assembly of multiple partial classes) and results in a class specific for the page.
ASP.NET applications are hosted in a web server and are accessed over the stateless HTTP protocol. As such, if the application uses stateful interaction, it has to implement state management on its own. ASP.NET provides various functionality for state management in ASP.NET applications.
Other differences compared to ASP classic are:
* Compiled code means applications run faster with more design-time errors trapped at the development stage.
* Significantly improved run-time error handling, making use of exception handling using try-catch blocks.
* Similar metaphors to Microsoft Windows applications such as controls and events.
* An extensive set of controls and class libraries allows the rapid building of applications, plus user-defined controls allow commonly-used web template, such as menus. Layout of these controls on a page is easier because most of it can be done visually in most editors.
* ASP.NET leverages the multi-language capabilities of the .NET Common Language Runtime, allowing web pages to be coded in VB.NET, C#, J#, Delphi.NET, Chrome etc.
* Ability to cache the whole page or just parts of it to improve performance.
* Ability to use the code-behind development model to separate business logic from presentation.
* Ability to use true object-oriented design for programming both page and controls
* If an ASP.NET application leaks memory, the ASP.NET runtime unloads the AppDomain hosting the erring application and reloads the application in a new AppDomain.
* Session state in ASP.NET can be saved in a Microsoft SQL Server database or in a separate process running on the same machine as the web server or on a different machine. That way session values are not lost when the web server is reset or the ASP.NET worker process is recycled.
* Web Server Controls: these are controls introduced by ASP.NET for providing the UI for the web form. These controls are state managed controls and are WYSIWYG controls.
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