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New Features for Web Development in Visual Studio 11 Beta

Visual Studio 11 Beta is now available to download.  Please visit Jason Zander's Blog for the download links and overview of the new features. We have many enhanced many features in the Beta. We'll discuss some of them in future blog posts.Here are a few web development tools features included in the Visual Studio 11 Beta compared to...

Introducing .NET Framework 4.5 Beta

Update (2017): See .NET Framework releases to learn about newer releases. This release is no longer supported. In September, we released the .NET Framework 4.5 Developer Preview. The Developer Preview was essentially a “feature complete” release, enabling you to “kick the tires” and otherwise get a good sense of what we were in the ...
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VS2010 SP1 + MVC4 Beta workaround for cshtml/vbhtml editor’s long pause

We shipped MVC4 Beta recently, and found it may cause VS2010 sp1 cshtml/vbhtml editor to pause for a long time after typing snippet, JavaScript inside cshtml or vbhtml files, if the MVC4 application has just been created and has not been compiled.The workaround is to compile the project to get the assemblies in the bin folder.  Note, if ...

How to create a Web Deploy package when publishing a ClickOnce project

The other day I saw a question on StackOverflow (link in resources below) asking How you can create a Web Deploy (AKA MSDeploy) package when publishing a ClickOnce project. The easiest way to do this is to use the Web Deploy command line utility, msdeploy.exe. With the command line you can easily create an MSDeploy package from a folder with a...