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MaximumASP Launches Free Beta Hosting Accounts for ASP.NET 4 and Visual Studio 2010

November 10
15:02 2009

Web Hosting WireLOUISVILLE, Ky. – MaximumASP, the premier Windows-based hosting and managed IT services provider rolled out FREE ASP.NET 4 and Visual Studio 2010 hosted beta accounts based on the new MaxESP platform.

Beta users can create a website and test it out in a scalable environment by utilizing an included Dynamic Capacity Upgrade (DCU). Beta accounts are hosted on Windows Server 2008 R2/IIS 7.5, .NET Framework 4 Beta 2, and come with 1GB Disk Space, 50 MB SQL Server 2008 database, MS Deploy Access and FTP over SSL Access.

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What’s new in ASP.NET 4 Beta 2 and Visual Web Developer?

The .NET Framework version 4 Beta 2 includes enhancements for ASP.NET 4 in targeted areas. Visual Studio 2010 and Microsoft Visual Web Developer Express also include enhancements and new features for improved Web development.

There are many exciting changes in ASP.NET that are coming in .NET 4:
• Out of the box support for ASP.NET MVC 2
• Dynamic Data
• Improved AJAX and CSS Support
• Improved core services and
• One Click Publishing

About MaximumASP
MaximumASP, based in Louisville, Kentucky, was founded in 2000 as an outsourcing firm for Windows-based hosting services. MaximumASP was named by Microsoft as its 2009 Hosting Solutions Partner of the Year. The company currently hosts more than 50,000 domains for customers in over 120 countries. With a strong focus on hosting solutions that combine advanced monitoring and management tools, MaximumASP has become a top choice for Microsoft developers seeking a robust hosting platform for mission-critical web applications. For more information, visit

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