Join Michael Lehman for an in-depth discussion in this video Using Windows Azure, part of Visual Studio 2013 for Web Developers.
…Alright, the last thing we're going to look at with Visual…Studio 2013 and web development is the improvements to Windows Azure.…So let's go ahead and create another solution.…And this time we're going to come down to the Cloud section.…And first of all, we have to install the Windows Azure SDK for .NET.…So we're going to go ahead click OK here.…And download the Windows Azure SDK for .NET.…And run it.…This is a one-time thing that you only have to install once, and then we're going…to re-start visual studio, and we'll have additional…templates inside Visual Studio for creating Windows Azure Apps.…
So you can see one have options here with the Web Platform Installer.…When installing the Windows Azure SDK for .NET, for Visual Studio 2013, version 2.2.…We'll accept the licenses, and we have to go ahead and…close Visual Studio, in order to be able to run this.…Close off our Powerpoint.…Now it's going to download these pieces and install them.…We're going to go ahead and skip to the end…of this, and jump right back into Visual Studio.…
- 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
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1. Overview of Visual Studio 2013
2. Web Development
3. Debugging Web Apps
4. Web App Deployment
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