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To develop ASP.NET web sites, you need either ...
Microsoft also offers a web development tool called WebMatrix (which also works with Visual Basic). Web Matrix is great for really fast web page development, but it masks the process under layers of automation. Because the purpose of these pages is to show you what's actually happening to build your web pages, WebMatrix isn't covered here.
Start the developer tool of your choice and select either New Project or New Web Site. They're under the File menu and on the Start page. Which one you choose depends on whether you want to use project oriented development or website oriented development.
If you're using Visual Studio, you can also select the .NET Framework version you want to use. Add controls to the .aspx file in the web and Visual Basic code to the .aspx.vb code behind file. Compile and debug the program and then deploy it to the production web server.
To get started, you can learn about writing programs in Visual Studio or Visual Web Developer Express by clicking one of the links above.