Do not use the phrase "Microsoft .NET-connected" for applications or services that are not based on the .NET Framework. Instead, use the phrase "Web service-based" solutions for applications and services that connect through Web services but do not take
advantage of the .NET Framework.]
1. I'm confused regarding Microsoft .Net and .Net and .Net framework.
Can i take .net as technology of Microsoft? and take .Net some web pages described as .Net framework?
2. how to understand "Web service-based"? cann't we use .net framework when connect application and services through web-service?