Definitions for "Active Server Pages"
Active Server Pages (ASP) allows developers to deliver dynamic content that is viewable in virtually any browser. Developers can use the scripting language of their choice to give their Web site ability to create pages "on the fly," access databases, send e-mail, and much more. An ASP page may contain a mix of HTML and ASP script. When an ASP page is requested, the server processes all of the ASP script and delivers a page in plain HTML to the user.
A way for servers to dynamically create web pages through the use of scripts. ASP's use Visual Basic, which allows for an easy and familiar creation because of the wide range of VB editors.
Part of Microsoft's Server software that allows for the creation of dynamically generated web pages. The files commonly have the suffix .asp
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