Deploying a Silverlight or ASP.NET application


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Deploying a Silverlight or ASP.NET application

After you create a Silverlight or ASP.NET web application, you typically deploy it to a web server where others can access your application. At a bare minimum, a web deployment copies files from one server to another. In some situations, you might need to deploy it to multiple servers in a web farm. I've seen many ways to deploy applications to web servers--some of them downright clunky. Fortunately, for us, Microsoft created web deploy extensions for their enterprise web server, IIS, and Visual Studio can use these extensions to deploy your application.

For today's demo, I'm going to be using the solution UsingBingMapControl, which contains a Silverlight application and an ASP.NET application. The Silverlight pages are going to be rendered inside the ASP.NET application. Let me show you what the application will look like. I'm going to press F5 to run the application. This showcases the Bing Map control, which I can also programmatically access. For instance, I can click on...

Deploying a Silverlight or ASP.NET application
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Deploying a Silverlight or ASP.NET application provides you with in-depth training on Developer. Taught by Walt Ritscher as part of the Visual Studio 2010 Essential Training

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