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What is a good tool or plugin for web development beginner

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I'am doing course "Computer Programmer: Web aplications" and mail tool is Dreamweawer. It's OK while in HTML tags but there,s no help after <% tag and there is no way to know where is problem. My Q No.1 is: Is there any tool (plug-in) for Dreamweaver or any editor that is more user-friendly for beginer?
or/and Q No.2:
What am I doing wrong:
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  1. <% 
  2. Dim intBroj
  3. Dim intDjeljitelj
  4. Dim rezultat
  6. intBroj = int(Request.Form("txtBroj"))
  7. intDjeljitelj = int(Request.Form("txtDjeljitelj"))
  8. rezultat = intBroj Mod intDjeljitelj
  10. Select Case rezultat
  11.     Case >=1:
  12.     Response.Write("Broj "& intBroj " nije djeljiv s brojem " & intDjeljitelj)
  13.     Case Else:
  14.     Response.Write("Broj "& intBroj " je djeljiv s brojem " & intDjeljitelj)
  15. End Select
  16.  %>
Thanks and sorry on my poor English (Bosnian living in Croatia)
May 16 '10 #1
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Curtis Rutland
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A much easier (and free) editor is Visual Studio Express Web Platform.

Remember that this is the most recent version of .NET and ASP.NET, so if your course needs you to use any other version of the .NET Framework, you will have to switch the target framework.
May 17 '10 #2

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Um, is this an ASP.NET question or an ASP Classic question?
Are you using the .NET framework?
May 26 '10 #3

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Yes, course is about SQL and VB.NET
May 27 '10 #4

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:) No where in the code or in the question did you mention that it's about SQL :)

I don't know if there's a plugin for Dreamweaver that helps with ASP.NET development...I would be surprised if one exists that is good enough to really develop ASP.NET applications.

I recommend that you take a look at the link that insertAlias posted.

ASP.NET developers should be using the correct tools for the job and one of those tools is Visual Studio. Luckily there is now a versions of those tools is free :)

If you want to design the look of your website in Dreamweaver go right ahead...but be prepared to change things like <input type="text"> into <asp:TextBox ...> elements so that your life is easier.

May 27 '10 #5

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