Jul 22, 2019 01:46 AM|KathyW|LINK
"because I am only doing this for fun and I absolutely do not want to learn C sharp and it's syntax.
May I ask where the Webforms in VB examples are located if any? "
To answer the question you actually asked - if you are doing this just for fun there is no reason not to use webforms and VB.Net - you can find webforms documentations in the msdn documentation:
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/aspnet/web-forms/index and you can find vb.net examples by googling for specific webforms control examples in vb.net. E.g. "msdn vb.net gridview example"
returns results including
If you have downloaded Visual Studio Community 2017, and selected the correct items during install (including web and vb.net), it will install IIS express and that will automatically be the server used when you view your work in a browser. You can also
set up your site in IIS on your PC (assuming you've installed IIS on your PC), and use that instead of IIS express.
To get started you can create a sample webforms site in VS 2017 by using "File -> New -> Project" and select "VB -> Web > Previous Versions" and select "Asp.Net Webforms Site"
As for Webforms being like classic ASP - well, no, not really.