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|You can improve the performance of your ASP pages by putting your HTML and your script in separate blocks on the page. In other words, don't intersperse script code throughout your HTML code. Author: asp101.com Code: ASP 3.0|
|Unlike a run-time control, which is part of finished applications such as the ActiveX stock ticker, design-time controls (DTCs) run only within the development environment to help create a finished script. Author: asp101.com Code: ASP 3.0 & VBScript|
|It's often tempting to put a lot of complex business logic into an ASP page, but that can slow down your application. ASP scripts are interpreted, and thus aren't as efficient as compiled components.
Author: asp101.com Code: ASP 3.0 & VBScript|
|If you are using components, you might as well take the next step and utilize the power of transactions with a tool such as Microsoft Transaction Server (MTS). Author: asp101.com Code: ASP 3.0 & VBScript|
|Normally ASP pages are considered active content. There are times, however, when it is desirable to use ASP to generate a page and yet its content doesn't change very often Author: asp101.com Code: ASP 3.0|
|When you're writing ASP scripts, it's easy to forget that there's more than ASP involved in getting a web page working.
Author: asp101.com Code: ASP 3.0|
|Server.Transfer is one of the great new commands you can use if you've got ASP 3.0. It allows you to move processing to another ASP page to fulfill a client request. Author: asp101.com Code: ASP 3.0|
|Make everything an ASP file even if it contains no ASP! In times gone by this was a very bad idea. As a result, on IIS 5 and later, there's really no reason why you can't make every page an ASP page. Author: asp101.com Code: ASP 3.0|
|If you develop on the run and don't always have access to an NT box running IIS, Windows 95's Personal Web Server (PWS) may be an excellent alternative development environment for ASP. Author: asp101.com Code: ASP 3.0|
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