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Is it possible to develop and test ASP locally on a Mac using the native development environment? I've searched around and haven't found much help at all.
I would not see why not, you need to have IIS ... oh wait you said Mac.
⁄me is all thumbs with Macs.
my only luck so far is to use bootcamp.
i know that isnt much help to you probably, but nevertheless, that is the best i could come up with.
try parallels or vmware or something, then just dev out of a shared folder or something from the mac side.
i haven't tried this on a local machine yet, and i haven't had great luck with it in the past on a dedicated server either, but you should look at mono. they have a version for OS X that supports .NET.
Thanks for the help! I'll give these a try.
I'm going to try mono,
but anyone know how to program ASP, I'm supposed to add a link to a page coded in ASP and I've no clue how to
Man, I'm sorry you're in hell.
Run away from ASP as fast as you can and pick up a respectable framework like RoR or Django.
Sublocked, I didn't make the site, I'm stuck with it
<%if session("email") = "" then%> <a href="news.asp?v=1">
<%Else%> <a href="mailto:email@example.com">patati</a>
One question Spraycan,
I looked into the codes and found the part that looks like basic understanble html,
Can I edit the file and reupload without crashing the whole site or is there a magic way to do it
i dont know but look: i have never used ASP but it's just the same as php, try, you could backup the pages you are updating then uplaod your update
I hate it when clients think web = everytype of codes out there.
"You can do web?
-yeah can do HTML CSS
- * sends ASP
here we go :
response.write("hello world !")
asp is almost the same as php - simple
An html link is an html link whether you use ASP/PHP/RAILS.
Just edit the file and re-up.