Quote Originally Posted by KTottE
As far as I know, ASP.NET is still the same as ASP on the syntax/language front (JScript, VBScript), you can't write C# in ASP.NET for instance?
No, ASP.NET is completely different from ASP. All ASP.NET pages, modules, web services or whatever is coded in C#, Visual Basic.NET, J#.NET, JScript.NET or any of the other 50 .NET languages. ASP.NET does not really have a syntax of it's own - you just pick a .NET language with a syntax you like.

And, even though it's just "a big bunch of classes", you still need to implement the classes somehow.
Yeah, with C#. But then you are using the syntax of C#, not ASP.NET. C# has syntax, ASP.NET does not.