Packaging and deploying the application


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Packaging and deploying the application

You have made it to the last step in creating the simple RSS application. You built and tested info reader, and are ready to deploy it to your customer's computer. I'll show you two techniques to deploy your application. Before we ship our application, we want to switch from Debug build to Release build. This will ensure that our code is optimized. To do that, I need to be inside Visual Studio. So, I have opened the Visual Studio and have opened the solution called Info Reader, which has a project called InfoReaderVFinished. To Release mode, I go to this dropdown here and choose Release.

Now when I click Build, it's going to take and compile the application and put it in a Release-specific folder. I can see that folder by going out to my hard drive, right-click, choose Open Folder in Windows Explorer, and all of my compiled code lives in this folder here, the bin folder, which stands for binary. And down here, of course, is where my Release build is. There is my exe, the most ...

Packaging and deploying the application
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Packaging and deploying the 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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