What Program should I use to write ASP.net

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fazthegreat

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Hi, I'm kinda new to the world of programming.I have used Adobe Golive to desing web sites and a few times I used Visual Studio.net to develp just general asp.net pages to send email and stuff.A few weeks ago I came across a tutorial for Dreamweaver and I was so surprised that you can do so much programming visually from within dreamweaver.So I got the trial version for dreamweaver and I was a little dissappointed to see that there were so many more SERVER BEHAVIOURS in it for classic asp but not much for ASP.net especially the user authentication n stuff.

So here is my dilemma, now that im switching to dynamic web pages.I dont know what should I use, dreamweaver(remember i want to focus on asp.net NOT classic asp) or Visual Studio.net. I did like visual studio.net as it had so many built in web controls you can add to your forms but I was really not comfortable with the designing.So what program should I use to develop PROFESSIONAL, GOOD LOOKING ASP.NET pages.
 
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I would say Visual Studio unless the newest version of Dreamweaver has added more functionality for .NET
 

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Well I don't know much about Dreamweaver 8 but I see that in ther server behaviours there is whole group for user authenticaion that they have for asp but NOT for asp.net. And yes you can dowload some behaviours, some for free and some cost a lot of money.But they dont even have enough behaviours I can download for asp.net.Tell me if I'm wrong.
 
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