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Class An Object-Oriented Programming (OOP) construct that defines a distinct type, known as an object. Classes have properties(data) and methods. Classes aren't accessed directly, rather you make an Instance of the class called an Object. Think of the Class like a blueprint for a house, and the object is the actual house. An instance of the House might be "My House". Programming 
Object Instances of classes, containing an ID, Properties/Data, Methods. Buttons, Labels, Hyperlinks, Datalist…etc Programming 
Class Libraries Collections of Classes... For example - System.Data.SqlClient Programming 
Web Application A web application is much more than just a plain website. In fact, the most interesting web applications are web pages that are nearly indistinguishable from their offline counterparts (from the perspective of the user). Web applications use the web browser as a way of connecting to networked tools and systems. Web applications are stored on web servers, and use tools like databases, JavaScript (or Ajax or Silverlight), and PHP (or ASP.Net) to deliver experiences beyond the standard web page or web form. A well known web appplications is Google Docs. This is a word processor that is delivered completely inside a web browser. Definition borrowed from http://webdesign.about.com/od/web20/g/web-application-definition.htm Programming 
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