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We offer an array of the best ASP.NET hosting options that are fully compatible with ASP.NET 4.8, 3.5, 2.0, .NET Core, and even Active Server Pages (ASP) with SSD storage on high-performance elastic AWS cloud web servers.
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Windows 2022/2019 uses hardware and software running the Microsoft Windows Server operating system. It might be your best bet if you’re already familiar with Windows on desktop computers and would prefer to stick with what you know. Fans of Windows will tell you it’s one of the easier products to use, less complicated when it comes to adding features to expand your website. Windows is also backed by Microsoft, which regularly provides updates to keep your account secure and free of bugs. On the more technical side, Windows servers is the best operating system (OS) for running the Visual Basic or .NET programming languages, including the new .NET Core. It’s also your best option for scripting Active Server Pages (.ASP).
ASP.NET and .NET Core is the go-to for frameworks requiring less code to build robust applications and database-driven web sites. And yes, Windows Servers are the perfect match for it. ASP .NET simplifies common tasks creating and maintaining a website, allowing you to focus on providing the best possible experience for visitors. When evaluating ASP .NET providers, consider the perks we offer in addition to our 99.9% uptime guarantee: 24/7 monitoring and DDoS security and 1-click setup for domains registered with Adaptive.
Some applications and features are only available for one specific type of hosting. For example, the popular cPanel hosting application runs only on Linux servers. Meanwhile, the Visual Basic or .NET programming languages are only available with Windows. If you utilize ASP.NET, .NET Core and/or SQL Databases, then getting a Microsoft Windows plan is the way to go. Although, if you prefer, we do offer the .NET Core Toolkit on our Linux Hosting Plans as well and is becoming a popular option.
ASP.NET is a server-side framework that enables programmers to build dynamic websites, services, and applications. ASP.NET pages are officially referred to as Web Forms. ASP.NET MVC is an alternative way to build web applications with ASP.NET. It doesn’t replace ASP.NET Web Forms, it simply uses a different architectural pattern. MVC stands for Model-View-Controller. This architectural pattern separates an application into three pieces. These components are the model, view, and controller. .NET Core is a high speed and lightweight platform used to develop web services and applications. .NET Core was developed due mainly to the workloads found with ASP.NET core as well as the need to have further modernized runtime. It is the open source version of the .NET platform and includes many of the same APIs as found with the .NET framework. .NET Core is also cross platform so all of your developed applications can be run on Linux, macOS and Windows.
.NET Core versions supporting framework-dependent (FDD) deployment are listed below. Core versions not listed below can be deployed with Self-Contained Deployment (SCD) until the framework is installed.
ASP.NET 3.5 SP1
Microsoft Active Server Pages (ASP, Classic ASP, ASP 3.0) is an older Microsoft server-side scripting environment that is fully supported on the Adaptive ASP.NET Hosting platform. Customers can request access to ASP functionality through a support ticket.
.NET Core 7.0, 6.0, 5.x, .NET Core 3.x, and .NET Core 2.x are all supported, in both framework-dependent deployment (FDD) and self-contained deployment (SCD) modes. Core versions not listed can be deployed self-contained until the framework is installed.
Most versions of Visual Studio and Visual Web Developer are supported. You may run in to issues with some older versions. .NET Core 7.0 & 6.0 requires Visual Studio 2022.
We support both on our ASP.NET / .NET Core hosting plans. When the Blazor WebAssembly app is created for deployment without a backend ASP.NET Core app to serve its files, the app is called a standalone Blazor WebAssembly app. When the app is created for deployment with a backend app to serve its files, the app is called a hosted Blazor WebAssembly app.
To use MVC on our Windows hosting platform, you can simply upload the MVC assemblies to your bin folder.