Join Michael Lehman for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating web deployment packages, part of Visual Studio 2013 for Web Developers.
…The final step in our exploration of using Visual Studio 2013 for web development…is to look at the other web deployments we can do from inside visual studio.…So once more we'll go over to the start page…here, click on new project, create another a-s-p web application.…Click OK.…Close the information page.…Come down to Views, Shared.…Open up under Bar Layout CS HTML.…This time let's change the title.…We'll say it's My Deployable ASP.NET application.…
And under under application name, we'll say Some ASP.NET App name.…Just so we that we know that we've got everything running the…way we think we do let's go ahead and fire it up.…And you can see up here in the title bar,…it says my deployable, doesn't actually have all the rest…of the string because we can't see it, and it…does have some asp.net name as the title for our pages.…All right now if what you want to do is…deploy this some place other than a remote ISS instance.…Go ahead and click stop there.…You can right click here on your web application and once again select publish.…
- What's new in Visual Studio 2013?
- Exploring the editor
- Invoking the compiler
- Using the debugger
- Understanding One ASP.NET
- Building web APIs
- Debugging locally on IIS
- Using One-Click Publish
Skill Level Beginner
ASP.NET MVC 4 Essential Trainingwith Jess Chadwick3h 56m Intermediate
1. Overview of Visual Studio 2013
2. Web Development
3. Debugging Web Apps
4. Web App Deployment
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