Last post Sep 04, 2008 05:42 AM by nbaluni
Dec 11, 2007 01:01 AM|chintanshah19|LINK
Dec 11, 2007 03:02 AM|Mikesdotnetting|LINK
There was no ASP.NET 3.0. There was a version 3.0 of the .Net framework, but all that really added was some language extensions and some stuff for developing "cool" things for Vista. The additions within ASP.NET 3.5 are detailed here:
Whereas there was a significant difference between 1.1 and 2.0, there isn't any change in the CLR from 2.0 to 3.5. so the question of "migration" doesn't come into it.
Dec 11, 2007 03:51 AM|Suprotim Agarwal|LINK
To get a difference between ASP.NET 1.1 and 2.0, look
To note the new features added in ASP.NET 3.5, take a look
Dec 12, 2007 04:25 PM|WadeMS|LINK
There are hundreds of documents that cover the new 3.5 features in detail on MSDN.
What's New in ASP.NET and Web Development for an overview of the new 3.5 features. You can drill down from there to documentation and code samples for specific feature areas.
For an overview of what was new in 2.0 go
ASP.NET\Visual Web Developer User Education
Dec 13, 2007 02:41 AM|sandeepthekka|LINK
Dec 21, 2007 01:49 PM|erikreitan|LINK
The details about multi-targeting can be found in the following topic:
.NET Framework Targeting for Web Sites
Dec 23, 2007 10:08 AM|yassir.2|LINK
yh u can do that with VWD 2008 and by the way there is no ASP 3.0 ;)
Dec 24, 2007 05:18 AM|slsp|LINK
The most important upgrade or advantage of version 3.5 is the feature LINQ. A host of new controls have been added, but the final purpose of all these new controls is to facilitate LINQ.
Here is a link which nicely explains some enhancements in 3.5 :
Dec 31, 2007 08:43 AM|dpalepu54321|LINK
good that u know the whole ASP.NET 2.0
.NET 3.0 is meant for windows applications development.
.NET 3.5 has few new features like LINQ, list view and some other new things added.
also new IDE of 2008 has flexibility to work on any of ASP.NET 2.0, 3.0 & 3.5 by providing a drop down list.
There is no hard work required to jump to .NET 3.5.
also AJAX is integrated into .NET 3.5.
Happy new year.
Jan 03, 2008 11:41 AM|RolfSmeds|LINK
I've read through all info I can find about .Net 3.5, but haven't found an answer to the following question:
Does 3.5 finally support nullable types in strongly typed datasets?
Hope someone can answer this for me.
Thanks in advance,
Sep 04, 2008 05:42 AM|nbaluni|LINK
Yes it is possible in ASP.Net 3.5 with the help of LINQ.
Link for ref: http://www.danielmoth.com/Blog/2007/07/linq-to-dataset.html
3.5 finally support nullable types in strongly typed datasets