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    I'm somewhat new to web design and I was looking at a variety of websites that have design-like software abilities built into the page.

    Here is one example:

    How was this created? and How can I create something like this?


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    From what I can tell from looking at the code, that site seems to have been made with ASP.NET, also using javascript, AJAX and database interactivity.
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    It looks like their site is done using (which is based on a Windows Server ... not UNIX/Linux).

    So, they might have some special things running there, not available to most of us.
    If I were you, I would email them and ask about it. Programmers are usually very helpful
    in discussing their work.

    I did Google powerdesign.aspx and it looks like you're not the only one asking about it.
    To me, it looks like someone put a lot of time into it, professional, and expensive.

    But, email them and ask ... the only bad thing they can say is "we won't tell you".

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    Probably developed in a lower-level language given it's complexity. C#, VB, C++. If you want to take a crack at those, I'll warn you, it'll be years before you can mimic that. Maybe a bit quicker with VB, but still a very good chunk of time.

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