Microsoft ASP.NET, formerly known as ASP+, is not just the next version of ASP but rather a whole new paradigm for server side scripting on the Microsoft platform.
Sites submitted to this category should deal with the development of Web applications on the .NET framework. They should not be specific to a .NET language, but focus more on helping others develop .NET Web applications. There are other categories for specific .NET languages, so if the site is language specific please submit to that language category.

ASP.NET content should not deal with Windows Forms, or Windows Console applications. Content for ASP.NET Web Services will be considered.

Sites in this category have a primary use of providing links or references to ASP.NET-related material. The referenced material may be (but not limited to) articles, code samples, FAQs, news items, references, resources, tools, mailing lists, and discussion forums.
Hosting companies should be submitted to the proper letter under Computers/Programming/Internet/ASP/ASP.NET/Web_Hosting/, not here.
ASP.NET applications are Web applications developed on the .NET platform using Common Runtime Languages.
Sites submitted to this category should deal with the development of Web applications on the .NET framework. They should not be specific to a .NET language, but focus more on helping others develop .NET Web applications. There are other categories for specific .NET languages, so if the site is language specific please submit to that language category.

ASP.NET content should not deal with Windows Forms, or Windows Console applications. Content for ASP.NET Web Services will be considered.

For tools and applications which aid in the creation ASP.NET code writing or manipulation.