ASP is a Microsoft developed technology that allows the development of dynamic pages. Among other things it allows persistent connections between the client and server, the development of Client server sessions, and the access and management of Data bases from the client side.
What is a Active Server Pages applications? The first, ASP Components you can create using any of the three major tools:
Learn ASP contains
20 free tools including weather tickers, news tickers, wwwboards, chat rooms, etc.
The place ASP developers go! It's a founder of ASP WebRing.
ASP Upload is advanced upload component.
ASP Guild International is non-profit organization for promotion the use of Active Server Pages Technology.
ASP Developer's Web Ring is a community of 209 sites of ASP developers.
ASP Alliance is a great site with a lot of free components for your needs. Free web space.
ASP Resource Index is an union of 196 ASP Sites with a lot of resources.
Free ASP Hosting
3 services that give free ASP hosting for your website; 30 MB of space, MS Access databases...
ASP Smart supposes aspSmartForum3.0, free aspSmartUpload, aspSmartCache and other web applications.
ASPEdit is ASP and HTML Editor with full support for VB scripts, StyleSheets, Cold Fusion, Perl, PHP3, MIVA. Easy to use, it has wizards for new active server pages
ASPWire is a part of internet.com and supposes Active Server Pages news, product reviews.
Master Dave's ASP shows how to use VB for creating COM components to be used in VBscript.
A new, open extension to CGI that provides high performance for all Internet applications without any of the limitations of existing Web server APIs.
Free CGI Scripts
Scripts in PERL, PHP, Java, and C++. Chat rooms, discussion forums, games, and more.
Free CGI Scripts from Website Reporter.
You can find a couple of nice counters here, require "fly" or SSI.
a computer language that can be used to create web pages, multimedia projects and full applications.
Of course, there are much more ASPs, DLLs and vbscripts in the public libraries as WebRing.org, TUCOWS and CNet.