Today we’re very happy to announce that the second preview of the next minor release of ASP.NET Core and .NET Core is now available for you to try out. We’ve been working hard on this release over the past months, along with many folks from the community,
Last year, we made a post to the IE team blog about the removal of the DHTML Editing Control from the Windows Vista.
The removal of the control affects three types of applications:
A Windows application that relied on the DHTML Editing Control would not work in Windows Vista.
We’ve heard a few reports of cases with VS Orcas Beta2 where ASP.NET controls do not show up on the toolbox and ASP.NET tag intellisense and validation is broken in HTML source view. All of the cases reported so far have been with Vista.
I am glad to announce that an updated version of a Publish Website hotfix for VS 2005 SP1 is now available for download and includes Vista support.
In April we released a hotfix to address an “Index was outside the bounds of the array” error that prevented a website to be published.
I recently posted some tips about how to have success doing web development with Visual Studio 2005 on Windows Vista. One recommendation in that post was to install the “Beta” release of the Visual Studio 2005 Update for WIndows Vista. I’m happy to announce final version of the Visual Studio 2005 Update for WindowsVista is available for download.
Hey Web Developers — My name is Bradley Millington and I am a Program Manager on the WebTools team. Lately I’ve been looking at opportunities for future versions of Visual Studio to better integrate with Windows Vista and IIS 7.0. In the meantime, however,
WebDevTools is the owner of the DHTML Editing Control; a COM control which can be used in applications or web pages for WYSIWYG HTML editing and which is shipped as part of the Windows operating system. After a long run (nine years,