I got an email from WebAssist yesterday saying:
To better serve your needs and expand the depth of our offerings, WebAssist will be focusing efforts on the PHP platform exclusively and will cease to support classic ASP and ColdFusion.This is especially surprising, as WebAssist started as an ASP company, and only added PHP and ColdFusion support on later. But now, it seems that, at least in their opinion, PHP has beaten ASP. (ColdFusion has been something of a non-starter for years now...) In the articles I have seen the most telling reason people have switched to PHP is the price - PHP is free and open source, ASP is not. Do you use ASP on your Web pages any more? Or have you switched to a different server-side scripting language?