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C# + .NET - Can I use C# on the web and what book do you recommend? Web Services.

Posted on 2007-11-13
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This is a top level 2 part question. I Have been developing stand-alone appas in C# at the basic to intermieduate level. I publish html web sites.

1) Can I create small apps in C# and make them web enabled? Are these called C# web services?
2) If I want to get more .NET involved can anyone show me a "great" tutorial or recommend a hands down winner text?

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Karl66
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Web service can be used if you develop a windows application (or any application), and you need to communicate to a server to retrieve or submit data, this can be done via web services.
If you want to create applications that can be opened in a browser, perhaps you can read about ASP .NET
http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/341zb1z3(VS.80).aspx
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