The ASP.NET Migration Strategy

Reason to choose ASP.NET

Making a perfect ASP up-gradation strategy is not an easy task. Chances are we have to rewrite the entire web application in Microsoft .NET from scratch. Moreover, management might not be as interested as a developer is to this idea. Most of the ASP applications are already used for daily use for many users.

The question that appears is the possibility to extend the application into the .NET environment at the same time keeping the ASP code?

A complete transformation to .NET can be gained with a set of perfectly planed steps, with each step keeping in mind on unlocking a problem. In any ASP transformation, it is essential to focus that even with a discreet "do not touch legacy code" strategy, some changes to this code should be made.

A few that I have found are:

1) Unexpected little lastest updates that are highly coupled with legacy code and are preferred, as compared to the code migration option.
2) Changes can be determined by the decision to access .NET code from legacy code.
3) A legacy code to update for ASP and ASP.NET state synchronization.
4) The difference is driven by the selection to reveal legacy code to .NET code.

An ASP migration to .NET is a platform to build a versatile product.

The three significant benefits of ASP.NET are easy for development, more output of work with master pages, and security of the source code.

With an ASP up-gradation to .NET, it will help to gain excellent performance, high scalability, and better performance.