Join Michael Lehman for an in-depth discussion in this video Exploring the IDE: Layout and the start page, part of Visual Studio 2013 for Web Developers.
…Time to take a look at what's actually…inside Visual Studio, by looking at Visual studio.…We're going to take short guided tour.…We're first going to take look at the…infrastructure of the IDE, exploring the Start Page,…which is a unique feature of Video Studio that allows you to invoke new projects.…Open up old projects, and get communications from Microsoft.…We'll take a look at creating projects and…solutions, compiling and debugging, managing versions, and finally,…we'll build a quick Hello World from start…to finish using the tools inside Visual Studio.…
So let's get started.…So let's watch Visual Studio and the first thing we…see is this Welcome, Sign in to Visual Studio dialog.…It's good to sign into Visual Studio because you get to…sync your developer settings between devices,…and connect to online developer resources.…For now, we're going to go ahead and click this Not Now, Maybe Later.…And after we take a look at the ID, we'll come back and…Sign in so I can show you what benefits you get for signing in.…
- 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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