Active Server Page Extended Format
Files with the ASPX extension are characteristic of 3 operating systems and they are: Linux, Mac OS, Windows. The ASPX extension was originally developed for the Microsoft IIS application. The developer of this program is Microsoft Corporation. In addition, the Adobe Dreamweaver, EditPlus, Microsoft Visual Studio, Microsoft Internet Explorer programs can be used to open files with the ASPX extension.
The data in the ASPX files are saved in the manner characteristic for Web Files. Files of a different type with the extension ASPX can be encountered on various operating systems, and their number is 303. Active Server Page Extended Format is a file whose format was originally developed for the Microsoft IIS application by Microsoft. This particular Active Server Page Extended Format file was most likely generated by the Microsoft IIS program. ASPX detailed description
ASP.NET is a server-side programming framework for building web applications, using Microsoft's .NET Framework. ASPX file extension is created when an ASPX page is saved in the runtime environment.
The ASPX file extension was first registered by Microsoft in 1998 under the name "Active Server Page Extended."
Historically, these files have been used to create dynamic web pages on IIS servers.
The latest version of Active Server Pages can be identified with an ".aspx" extension. These pages are HTML files that are compiled into executable code when accessed by a browser.
A page built with the old style of Active Streams pages will have an ".aspp" file extension, while a page built with the new HttpHandler-based syntax
We provide some of the most important tools for working with the ASPX file. Through them, you can perform many activities related to ASPX for free. For example, these tools will help you convert or edit your ASPX file.
One of the most used tools is ASPX opener. Here you will find a way to open your unknown ASPX file. Opening the ASPX file allows you not only to view its contents, but also to perform various processes and changes to the file.
To view the contents of the ASPX file use the ASPX Viewer tool instead of installing special software. Just go to the link provided and select your file. Next, our system will try to view the contents of the ASPX file.
You can always try to convert the ASPX file if you have problems with any operations. The ASPX file converted to the new format may have more options for editing or processing the data contained in it.
If you want to edit the content of ASPX file, please use ASPX editor. If you need to be able to edit the ASPX file as much as possible, then it is best to install special software designed for this purpose. Go to our editor to learn more about editing the ASPX file.
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