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Visual Studio 2013 is here, and like every release from Microsoft, it is chock full of great new features. This course gives web developers exactly what they need to know to get started, whether they're coming from older versions of Visual Studio or another IDE. To begin, author Michael Lehman shows you around the toolbars, menus, and components in Visual Studio, so you can invoke commands and navigate your code fast. He also tackles Microsoft's One ASP.NET strategy, a "web developer's buffet" designed to make web forms, MVC controllers, web APIs, and single-page applications all available to you in any type of project. Last, Michael covers how to debug locally, remotely, and on Windows Azure, and use one-click publishing and other web deployment methods to get your projects out the door quickly.
Hello. I'm Michael Lehman, and welcome to Visual Studio 2013 for web developers. Every release of Visual Studio contains lots of new great features, and Visual Studio 2013 is no exception. So, we're going to take a look at all the new features in the IDE, new editing features, new navigation features, new debugging features. And then we'll talk specifically about Microsoft's one asp.net strategy in which webforms, mvc, web api and single page applications can all live together inside the same solution.
We'll talk about debugging on the local IIS express server, on a local instance of IIS, on a remote instance of IIS inside your same corporate network. And with Windows Azure. And finally, we'll look at one click publishing, as well as other methods of web deployment for you web applications, when you've got site ready to rock. So, let's roll up our sleeves, and get started.
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