Join Tiberiu Covaci for an in-depth discussion in this video Xcopy deployment, part of Deploying ASP.NET Applications.
- [Instructor] Now that we have installed IIS…and Web Deploy, let's see how can we deploy our application.…And we are going to go back to Visual Studio.…And open the solution, and we start…by right-clicking on our website project,…and in there we have one option called Publish.…By choosing publish, we are going to get a wizard…that will guide us to what we need to do.…So let's start from the bottom…and we are going to make our way up.…We are starting with a folder deployment,…and then we just specify where we want the files…to be deployed.…
Deploy, and slash,…FolderDeployment.…By doing that, when I press publish here,…it will compile the application and it will copy…all the necessary files into that mentioned folder.…Now, one thing that you normally need,…if you want to take this application and deploy it,…it's to make sure that you modify your web.config.…Because, by default, the web.config will point…to the local db, and ms localdb, as I said earlier,…it's just a database that will be only available…for your own application.…
- Choosing a deployment strategy
- Installing IIS manually and automatically with PowerShell
- Deploying to IIS with Visual Studio
- Deploying to Azure
- Deploying to Docker
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Deployment Strategies
Choose a deployment strategy2m 47s
2. Preparing IIS Environment
3. Deploying to IIS
4. Deploy to Azure
5. Deploy to Docker
Next steps1m 45s
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