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Any really good .NET websites?

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I would like to see what is the best possible front end and user
interface one can create with ASP.NET. I'm not so interested in the
backend since whatever goes on there will not be so obvious anyways.

Could anyone suggest compelling websites or web apps? Yeah, you could
mention a few Microsoft sites but I would really like to see how well
others have exploited .NET capabilities.

Thanks.
Jul 21 '05 #1
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Hi Richard,

I don't have any good sample pages, but all pages using the .aspx
extension are asp.net pages, including lot of pages on microsoft.com

A few hits using google and searching for ".aspx"

http://www.microsoft.com/windows/win...a/default.aspx
http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/default.aspx
http://www3.ca.com/securityadvisor/virusinfo/scan.aspx

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Happy Coding!
Morten Wennevik [C# MVP]
Jul 21 '05 #2

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There are a lot of good looking, professional sites on the Web. The selling
point for me and the customers I help is the speed to market, reliability and
flexibility that ASP.Net, and the .Net Framework in general, provide. It
sounds like you're intereseted in what ASP.Net can do from a UI perspective
but your request is pretty general. I've been able to meet/exceed all
customer expectations using ASP.Net and the wide range of 3rd party controls
that are available from companies such as Infragistics for all my UI needs.

I've found that ASP.Net can help you take your UI design to market quickly
by offering a wide range of out-of-the-box controls to choose from and
providing a framework for reuse (Web and User Controls) which offers a
consistent look and feel across your site.

The beauty of ASP.Net is a true separation of code from content. You can
ship off the UI work to a graphic design shop while your dev team is working
on the internals behind the page and then combine the two for a polished
product - this allows the experts in each respective area to do what they do
best.

So what's the best UI one can create with ASP.Net? One that is delivered on
time, meets/exceeds user expectations and is easily extensible....ASP.Net
provides the framework to meet all those needs.
"Richard Lee" wrote:
I would like to see what is the best possible front end and user
interface one can create with ASP.NET. I'm not so interested in the
backend since whatever goes on there will not be so obvious anyways.

Could anyone suggest compelling websites or web apps? Yeah, you could
mention a few Microsoft sites but I would really like to see how well
others have exploited .NET capabilities.

Thanks.

Jul 21 '05 #3

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