Visual Web Developer 2005 Express VS Visual Studio 2005
Hi all - name of this thread says it all. What's the difference between the free app (that i've decided that I should be using over Dreamweaver) on the asp.net website, and the full, paid-up Visual Studio 2005? I realise VS2005 allows the coding of applications and completely web-unrelated things, but what does it do in the 'web world' that VWD2005 Express doesn't? Thanks!Ramic Solutions
Hi all - you can ignore this thread - discovered the search button :-)Ramic Solutions...Migrating from Visual Studio .NET 2003 Windows Application to Visual Studio 2005 Web Application
How do I migrate a Visual Studio .NET Windows Application to Visual Studio 2005 Web Application. Are there any tools available for this.
As far as I know there is no direct migration path. You convert VS2003 to VS2005 and then to VS2005 Web Application.Don't forget to click "Mark as Answer" on the post that helped you.This credits that member, earns you a point and marks your thread as Resolved so we will all know you have been helped.
How do I migrate a Visual Studio .NET Windows Application to Visual Studio 2005 Web Application. Are there any tool...Migrating from VS 2005 Web Site Projects to VS 2005 Web Application Projects witn vb and c# code
I've tring to migrate Web Site to Web Aplication in VS 2005. In my Web Site I have pages written using VB and C#. During converting to WA i choose VB and only pages with VB code i can migrate. If I choose C# as language for WA only pages with C# I can migrate. Is a way to migrate Web Site with mix of VB and C# code?
As far as I know, The ASP.NET Web application doesn't support that C# application project contains VB page or VB application project contains C# page. But it can compile the different language class file in project.
In your case, you can tr...Difference between Web Application Project and Web Site in VS 2005
Please don't hit me if i ask this basic question -
What is the difference between Web Application Project and Web Site in VS 2005?
I usually go ahead with a Website in VS but recently tried the Web Application Project and I saw a properties folder.
What is the use of that section?
Anybody with descriptive post or link to a resource, would be of great help to clear the mist in empty head..Siva SenthilMy Share My Discoveryhttp://siva-senthil.stumbleupon.comhttp://del.icio.us/ksivasenthilPlease remember to click “Mark as Answer” on the post that helps you
...Converting a VS 2005 Web Application to a VS .NET 2003 Web Application
Well it seems that I am going against the stream here, but one of our clients wants the web application I wrote in Visual Studio 2005 to be deployed using Visual Studio .NET 2003.
What's the best way to go about this without rewriting the whole dang thing?
I would probably create a new 2003 project, copy all of your aspx and other files into it, attempt a build and see what happens. If you didn't use a lot of the new controls (like membership, personalization, masterpages etc, then you will probably be ok with just minor changes. If you did rely on a lot of the newer c...VS.NET 2005 & Visual Web Developer 2005 Express
I'm currently working on VWD using C#, and i'm planning to study MCTS, so i'm wondering if there's major differences between both in Web field.Thank you aloti need a creative atmosphere
Not for what you're doing.JeffPlease: Don't forget to click "Mark as Answer" on the post that helped you. That way future readers will know which post solved your issue....Visual Studio 2005 Vs Visual Web Developer 2005
Hi,I am thinking of getting my hands dirty on .NET programming, I have been exclusively doing web development using Coldfusion until now, thinking of learning .Net as I see more promising career in .NET in my area.Please bear with me, my question is very basic, I have being using eclipse until now, and have been spoiled by its flexibilityOk, I bought a book, I want to try some coding, so now I am stuck with choosing an IDE. My understanding is that the express edition for visual studio has 3 IDEs (C#, VB.NET, Web Developer), but the actual visual studio that one has to pay for is just ...Visual Web Developer Express 2005 and Visual Studio .Net 2005
I have Visual Studio .NET installed and have purchased a textbook for learning that uses examples, cases, and projects which reference use of Visual Web Developer Express 2005 (VWD). I have discovered that there are some nuances of differences between the Web UI in Visual Studio .Net 2005 and VWD. Therefore, I want to install VWD. I downloaded VWD and started to install it but stopped as I noticed the intallation as about to copy all it's files into the same directory the contained Visual Studio. I'm scared I'm going to screw up my Visual Studio installation, so I thought I&...Website Project vs. Web Application Project in Visual Studio.net 2005
Website Project vs. Web Application Project in Visual
What are the main benefits of using a Web App project over a
Website project or vice-versa?
Web App Project:
You have to jump through hoops to use edit and continue with a Web App where in
a website it just works. I’ve figured this out with the help of ScottGu.
Web App Project:
what are the *.aspx.designer.cs files for?
how do you set up the project to use a ...Converting windows application using web service from Visual C#.net 2003 to Visual Studio.net 2005
Hello, everyone! I have a solution which contains a windows project,a web service project and several other library projects. These projects were coded under visual c#.net 2003. Now I need to converted them to use Visual Studo.net 2005. Does any one know any article providing step-by-step guide to converting WINDOWS APPLICATION with web service? I can find one under MSDN for converting web project. But I guess I am a little confused if mine should follow this article since I am using web service in my windows application?
Thanks a lot in advance.
...Differences between Visual Web Developer 2005 Express Edition and Visual Studio 2005?
What are the differences between Visual Web Developer 2005 Express Edition and Visual Studio 2005?I can't find a listing of the differences anywhere on Microsofts site.
http://lab.msdn.microsoft.com/express/This link described the express editions. And from this FAQ:The Express products are designed for hobbyists, students, and novice developers. As such, they lack the full breadth of features found in higher-end editions of Visual Studio and are designed specifically for scenarios common to the hobbyist, student, and novice developer. Each Express product includes targeted documenta...Visual Studio 2005 vs Visual Web Developer 2005 Express Edition
Can anyone tell me what are the main differences between Visual Studio.NET 2005 and Visual Web Developer 2005 Express Edition from an ASP.NET(VB) developer point of view?Thank you!
For starters, Visual Web Developer Express includes only the portions
of Visual Studio that pertain directly to creating Web sites. For
example, you can't create Windows Forms projects or class library
projects, etc. The rule of thumb there is that in Visual Studio you can
create multi-project solutions, whereas in Visual Web Developer Express
you can create only Web site projects.
Within the ...VS. 2003 => VS 2005 Web Site => Web Application Project?
We converted our VS 2003 solution which contained 2 web application and 5 Class Lib projects to the standard Web site 2005 model.
Now. Is there a way to convert from this to the new Web Application model automatically?
Thanks in regards
Via Scott Guthrie: If
you want to migrate an existing VS 2005 Web Site Project to be a VS
2005 Web Application Project, please also review these other VB and C# migration tutorials that walkthrough the Web Site to Web Application conversion process step-by-step. This article here also describes some of the diff...Web Site to Web Application 2005 and Web References
I'm trying to convert a VS 2005 Web Site Project to a VS 2005 Web Application Project, I have followed http://webproject.scottgu.com/CSharp/Migration/Migration.aspx, which works fine for most objects but it does not convert the Web References.I can add them manually, however I need to ensure that the Web Reference Name is the same for all my Web Services, this is to ensure that I can used Shared Types. The problem is on VS 2005 Web Application it renames the Web Reference Name to Localhost1, localhost2 etc. Any ideas how I can get over this?Regards <<<Bryan...