Dividing line between .NET Framework and ASP.NET?

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Dividing line between .NET Framework and ASP.NET?

When in comes to differentiating between .NET Framework and ASP.NET, I am a bit confused. Here are the list of enhancements to .NET Framework 4.7.1

For example, do the features below, which explicitly mention ASP.NET, only apply to "code behind" kinds of Web Forms?

The .NET Framework 4.7.1 includes improvements in several areas:

Accessibility improvements in narration, high contrast and focus control areas
.NET Framework support for .NET Standard 2.0 and compiler features
More secure SHA-2 support in ASP.NET and System.Messaging
Configuration builders
ASP.NET Execution step feature
ASP.NET HttpCookie parsing

Performance and reliability improvements

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Some changes are global in scope and some are specific to different areas i.e. wpf/winforms/webforms
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.NET is programming environment that supports many different kinds of applications. It consists of the BCL (base class library) and the CLR (common language runtime) (and probably other stuff that I'm forgetting).

ASP.NET is a web application framework that supersedes Classic ASP, and which is built on top of .NET (meaning it uses the BCL and the CLR).
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