ASP.NET huk kicha pukyu qillqa,[1] qaraq-waqta web-ruwana wakichi pawallamk’ana web wiñachiypaq ruwasqa, kallpasapa web p'anqakuna ruwanapaq. Microsoft kaqwan ruwasqa karqan wakichikamayuqkuna web kitikunata, ruwana wakichi chaymanta qaranakuna ruwayta atinankupaq. Sutiqa Inlish simipi Active Server Pages Network Enabled Technologies: "K'uchi Qaraq P'anqakuna Llika Allwiyakamakuna" kaqmanta sayan.

ASP.NET (llamp'ukaq)
Wiñachiq(kuna) Microsoft
Qalla kachariy 5 Qhaqmiy killa, 2002 watapi; 21 wata ñawpaqña ( 2002-01-05 watapi )

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Chay ASP.NET wiñay kawsay qillqata kacharin sinch'ita masichanakun chay .NET Pawallamk’ana kacharisqakunawan:

P'unchaw Wak kaqnin Niykuna ASP.NETpa musuq masichakusqa imayna kanankuna
January 16, 2002 Plantilla:Version First version

released together with Visual Studio .NET

  • Object-oriented Web application development supporting inheritance, polymorphism and other standard OOP features
    • Developers are no longer forced to use Server.CreateObject(...), so early-binding and type safety are possible.
  • Based on Windows programming; the developer can make use of DLL class libraries and other features of the Web server to build more robust applications that do more than simply rendering HTML (e.g., exception handling)
April 24, 2003 Plantilla:Version released together with Windows Server 2003

released together with Visual Studio .NET 2003

  • Mobile controls
  • Automatic input validation
November 7, 2005 Plantilla:Version

codename Whidbey released together with Visual Studio 2005 and Visual Web Developer Express and SQL Server 2005

  • New data controls (GridView, FormView, DetailsView)
  • New technique for declarative data access (SqlDataSource, ObjectDataSource, XmlDataSource controls)
  • Navigation controls
  • Master pages
  • Login controls
  • Themes
  • Skins
  • Web parts
  • Personalization services
  • Full pre-compilation
  • New localization technique
  • Support for 64-bit processors
  • Provider class model
November 21, 2006 Plantilla:Version Released with Windows Vista
  • Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF)
  • Windows Workflow Foundation (WF)
  • Windows Communication Foundation, which can use ASP.NET to host services
  • Windows CardSpace, which uses ASP.NET for login roles
November 19, 2007 Plantilla:Version Released with Visual Studio 2008 and Windows Server 2008
  • New data controls (ListView, DataPager)
  • ASP.NET AJAX included as part of the framework
  • Support for HTTP pipelining and syndication feeds.
  • WCF support for RSS, JSON, POX and Partial Trust
  • All the .NET Framework 3.5 changes, like LINQ etc.
August 11, 2008 Plantilla:Version Released with Visual Studio 2008 Service Pack 1
  • Incorporation of ASP.NET Dynamic Data
  • Support for controlling browser history in an ASP.NET AJAX application
  • Ability to combine multiple JavaScript files into one file for more efficient downloading
  • New namespaces System.Web.Abstractions and System.Web.Routing
April 12, 2010 Plantilla:Version Released with Visual Studio 2010

Parallel extensions and other .NET Framework 4 features

The two new properties added in the Page class are MetaKeyword and MetaDescription.

August 15, 2012 Plantilla:Version Released with Visual Studio 2012 and Windows Server 2012 for Windows 8

Parallel extensions and other .NET Framework 4.5 features

October 17, 2013 Plantilla:Version Released with Visual Studio 2013[2] for Windows Server 2012 R2 and Windows 8.1
  • Bootstrap 3.0
  • Web API 2: OAuth 2.0, OData improvements, CORS
  • MVC 5: Attribute routing, authentication filters and filter overrides
  • EF 6
  • SignalR
  • OWIN
May 5, 2014[3] Plantilla:Version
  • Higher reliability HTTP header inspection and modification methods
  • New way to schedule background asynchronous worker tasks
July 20, 2015[3] Plantilla:Version Released[4] with Visual Studio 2015[5] and EF 7 Previews for Windows Server 2016 and Windows 10
  • HTTP/2 support when running on Windows 10
  • More async task-returning APIs
November 30, 2015[3] Plantilla:Version
August 2, 2016[3] Plantilla:Version
  • Improved async support (output-cache and session providers)
April 11, 2017[3] Plantilla:Version Included in the Windows 10 Creators Update[6]
  • operating system support for TLS protocols
October 17, 2017[3] Plantilla:Version Included in the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update.[7]
  • Improved accessibility
  • Value tuple types serialization
  • SHA-2 support
April 30, 2018[3] Plantilla:Version
August 09, 2022[3] Plantilla:Version Released[8]
  • JIT and NGEN Improvements
  • Updated ZLib
  • Reducing FIPS Impact on Cryptography
  • Accessibility Enhancements for WinForms
  • Service Behavior Enhancements for WCF
  • High DPI Enhancements, UIAutomation Improvements for WPF
November 18, 2015 Plantilla:Version This version was later separated from ASP.NET and brought into a new project called ASP.NET Core, whose versioning started at 1.0.[9] An entirely new project with different development tenets and goals

Pukyukuna llamk'apuy

  1. ASP.NET is part of a great open source .NET community. Microsoft (May 14, 2013)
  2. Announcing release of ASP.NET and Web Tools for Visual Studio 2013
  3. 3,0 3,1 3,2 3,3 3,4 3,5 3,6 3,7 .net framework product lifecycle
  4. Announcing .NET Framework 4.6
  5. Visual Studio 2015 and Visual Studio 2013 Update 5 Released
  6. Announcing the .NET Framework 4.7
  7. Announcing the .NET Framework 4.7.1
  8. Announcing the .NET Framework 4.8
  9. Releases
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