Tag Archives: ASP.NET

Building and Publishing your ASP.NET Application

Andrew Comeau   March 2, 2015   Comments Off on Building and Publishing your ASP.NET Application

  In the last post, I talked about getting started with Visual Studio and creating a web application. In this post, we’ll continue building the sample app and look at some options for publishing it to a hosting service. At this point, we have an application with a master page and some CSS applied to it but we can’t run… Read more »

Getting Started With Visual Studio and ASP.NET

Andrew Comeau   February 28, 2015   Comments Off on Getting Started With Visual Studio and ASP.NET

  In my last post, I talked about the basics of ASP.NET and how webforms are designed to dynamically display and collect information. The next step is to show you how to get started creating a new site in ASP.NET. The primary tool for creating an ASP.NET site is Microsoft Visual Studio, the IDE (Integrated Development Environment) that provides all… Read more »

What is ASP.NET?

Andrew Comeau   February 26, 2015   Comments Off on What is ASP.NET?

This article is based on the presentation from our Feburary 25, 2015 meeting. If you find this kind of information helpful, you can find information on our future meetings through our group on Meetup.com. There are a number of ways to build a website and all of them have their advantages depending on the type of site that you’re trying… Read more »

February 25th Meeting – ASP.NET for Beginners

Andrew Comeau   January 28, 2015   Comments Off on February 25th Meeting – ASP.NET for Beginners

We’ll be meeting at the Power Plant for February’s presentation and this month we’ll be doing an overview of ASP.NET, Microsoft’s web development technology which combines HTML and client-side scripting with .NET programming on the server to provide a dynamic and interactive experience for the user. For the programmer who wants to quickly design a robust website or application, ASP.NET… Read more »