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Foundational Q re Visual Basic, .NET apps

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Hello:

I have a foundational q about .NET app, and in particular Visual Basic.  We are using VB 2010 to create an app for download for our crew.  However, we just realize we need to have it Web-based as well for use on remote systems (that we would not like to have the application stored on).  

is there a method for us to create in VB2010 and then make it web-based, without having to do too much additional coding?  Any information you can provide would be helpful in helping us address this issue.

Robert DeWitty
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You would need to use the NTier architecture so that you can share all your business and database logic between the apps.
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While not a detailed answer, it worked to point me in the right direction.  Thus, I was able to locate a site

 What is n-Tier Architecture?

that provide a more detailed explanation.  Thank you.
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