What is ASP?
Classic ASP or Active Server Pages was Microsoft’s first server-side scripting engine. It enabled its users to create interactive and dynamic web pages. It was first created and released in 1996 as an add-on to Internet Information Services through Windows NT 4.0 Options Pack. Later on, it became available as a free component of Windows Server
When a browser typically requests an ASP file, the ASP engine on the server reads the file. It executes the code within the file to return the results of said execution to the visitor's browser. When you are developing an ASP website, ASP uses Visual Basic script for its code.
While working with Classic ASP, the data processing code is directly embedded into a web page. A static HTML file would be sent to the client or user, and the ASP code would remain on the server. This ASP code would also execute on the server. The use of multiple files and special programs was eliminated. This made it easier for the developer to integrate the database into the program.
Cambria is an ASP Development Company
In the Philippines, we now have a whole new team of Classic ASP programmers. Three members of this group have been working on a significant maintenance and development project for a software services firm for a year, with Alicia, an experienced Classic ASP Programmer, as the project leader. We'll write about it when and if we receive permission to promote it, just like we did with the others on this website.
Big Classic ASP projects like this are unusual these days, but three of the four programmers here are also skilled ASP.Net programmers, so they'll be kept busy regardless of what happens. Meanwhile, this project shows no signs of slowing down, and we always have a steady stream of little maintenance tasks to keep us occupied and preserve our capabilities.
1 Cambria Client Roger Williams. The program you use every day is an “executable”. It is created from “source code” written by the programmer. If you own it, anyone can modify the program. If not, you are at the mercy of the vendor. Make sure you own it.