Visual Basic.NET or Visual Studio.NET?
OK, this has probably been asked before...
I'm a student looking to cut my costs, and I can do this by just purchasing Visual Basic.NET as opposed to the fully-fledged Visual Studio.NET application.
Of course, I'll only be able to program in VB, but that's fine with me. I wanted to know if all of the ASP.NET specific options are available, such as using a WYSIWYG editor?
I'd also like to know if VB.NET has IntelliSense, or that's a specific option only available to Visual Studio.NET users.
Thanks in advance.
I'd have to believe that VB.Net has intellisense. What is the price d...Visual Studio .Net? Visual Basic .Net?
Okay, I admit it -- I know nothing about .Net.
I'm a Visual Basic and ASP developer. DotNetNuke is my first tentative step into the whole ".Net Thing", and I'm looking for some advice...
What do I really need to be able to make some modifications, or new modules for DotNetNuke? Do I need the full, THOUSAND DOLLAR Visual Studio .Net 2003 package, or can I get away with the HUNDRED DOLLAR Visual Basic .Net Standard package?Chameleon Systems, Inc.
You can use webmatrix, available here for free.
One of the drawbacks of webmatrix however is that it does not support code-be...Visual Basic .NET 2003 vs Visual Studio .NET 2003
If im going to be coding my ASP.NET in just VB.NET then would I be able to go for the cheaper option of buying Visual Basic .NET 2003 ??
- Carl S
Yes.Starting with ASP.NET 2.0? Look at:Programming Microsoft Web Forms My Blog
Are there any limitations if I was doing my ASP.NET with VB.NET in Visual Basic .NET 2003 than if I was using the full Visual Studio .NET 2003 ?? Or are the only advantages of Visual Studio .NET 2003 in that it supports more programming languages ??
- Carl S
You should check the MS Web site, but I believe that, given an edition (Standard, Professional...visual studio.net 2003 conflict visual studio.net 2003
does visual studio.net 2003 makes conflict with visual studio.net 2003?
thank you for the help and for the support
No, the RTM version (I think this is true also for Beta 2), will work on the same machine without any problems./Fredrik Normén - fredrikn @ twitterMicrosoft MVP, MCSD, MCAD, MCTASPInsidersMy Blog
i am shure 2003 doenst conflict with 2003 ;-)-Hanneshttp://www.preishuber.net http://weblogs.asp.net/hpreishuber
the subject says "visual studio.net 2003 conflict visual studio.net 2003". is he talking about 2003 and 2005 ?
I think he is talking abo...Visual Studio .NET vs Visual Studio .NET 2002 or 2003?
As an admin, I'm working to determing what systems I need to update with the update on MS08-017, particularly with respect to Visual Studio .NET 2002 and 2003. I've got quite a few systems that appear to have Visual Studio .NET, no 2002 or 2003 mentioned when I view what's there in Add/Remove Programs.
Is there a definitive way to determine if I have a 2002 or 2003 version?
sandy_wood:Is there a definitive way to determine if I have a 2002 or 2003 version? In add/remove programs it would indicate it VS2003 as Visual Studio 2003. Alternatively launch the applicatio...Visual C#.Net vs Visual Studio.Net
I have read in other posts a lot of people recommending Visual Studio.Net over the Web Matrix. My query is: why is there a £700 difference between VS.Net and Visual C#.Net? As a c# developer, I won't need any VB functionality. I also don't require Visual Source Safe, as projects are generally small and manageable.
What features are lacking in Visual c#.net that justifies the price difference? Does it have Intellisense / Dubuggers / Compilers? These are the features that would make me pay for it instead of continuing with WM, but I need to know if tehre is serious functionality missin...can we migrate visual studio .net 2003 project to visual studio.net 2005
I am doing project in ASP.NET(vb language)
I have visual studio .net 2003 installed in my pc and i am doing my project in it , because i need to use additional functionality like "AJAX" , i want to use visual studio .net 2005 or visual studio .net 2008
my project folder name is "sqls"
can i install visual studio .net 2005 or visual studio .net 2008 and migrate this project folder to work in visual studio .net 2005 or visual studio .net 2008
i have uninstall visual studio .net 2003 and install visual studio .net 2005 or visual ...Loading Visual Studio.net 2003 on a pc with Visual Studio.net 2005 installed
I have recently installed Visual Studio.net 2005 on a pc and have been using it to create a .net 2.0 application. I also have pc running Visual Studio 2003 that I use to support a .net 1.1 application. This pc has broke. Would I be ok loading Visual Studio 2003 on the machine I have running Visual Studio 2005 so I can manage both the .net 1.1 and the .net 2.0 applications?
Hmmm. Not sure if it works in that direction, but I installed VS2005 on a machine that has VS2003 already installed and they se...Why Visual Studio 2005 ask me to convert a solution already got converted Somebody did the conversion of a solution from .net 1.1 to .net 2.0 by using the automatic conversion wizard of Visual Stu
Why Visual Studio 2005 ask me to convert a solution already got converted
Somebody did the conversion of a solution from .net 1.1 to .net 2.0 by using the automatic conversion wizard of Visual Studio 2005. Then, he changed to another company.
Now, I take over his job. Unfortunately, when I attempted to open that solution, Visual Studio 2005 prompted me the conversion wizard again to forced me to perform a conversion on the solution. Does someone know why?--Harish Patel www.MicrosoftSQLandASP.firstname.lastname@example.org
How many projects are in the solution, does it have UNLOADE...installing .net 2.0 with visual studio.net 2003
I'm currently developing using VS.net 2003, .net1.1. Due to development reasons i can't upgrade to vs2005 yet. However i want to upgrade to SQL Express 2005, but this needs .net 2.0. Will my VS.net 2003 still work if i install .net 2.0? Are there any known problems?
.Net 1.1 and .Net 2.0 will work side by side.
"This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights"...How Do I Upgrade to .NET Framework 2.0 From Visual Studio .NET 2003
Hello,I am currently using Visual Studio .NET 2003, which uses the .NET Framework 1.1. How do I upgrade to 2.0, and integrate it into my IDE?Thanks!~ Di
You need to get VS2005 to develop under .Net 2.0."This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights"...Visual Studio.Net and VB.Net
Can we install VS.Net and VB.Net on the same machine and work side by. Is there any thing I need to worry about? I use VS.Net enterprise for my office work and I am planning to buy VB.Net standard for my personal use. Before I goahead and buy, I wanted to make sure that it works.
Thanks for your help.
Anil...Error:Visual Studio .NET cannot create or open the application. The likeliest problem is that required components are not installed on the local Web server. Run Visual Studio .NET setup and add the We
I installed the IIS 5.0 after VS.Net 2003 (1.1). after that I did run the aspnet_regiis -i at the visual studio command prompt.
I am able to run local web application created on my PC.
But when I tried to copy an web application created at shared PC into the wwwroot folder, I get the following error while trying to open the project in VS.Net. I've created the virtual directory for the project and also set the integrated windows authentication under the directory security tab in the IIS.
Please help me resolving the problem.
Do you have FrontPage Server Ext...Visual Studio .NET cannot create or open the application. The likeliest problem is that required components are not installed on the local Web server. Run Visual Studio .NET setup and add the Web Deve
I installed Visual Studio .NET 2003 on Windows Vista Home Premuim, but I'm unable to select "Web Development" item from "Server Components" during the installation. I installed all the pre-requisits but I can not see Front Page Server Extention in the programs. I can see also the IIS.
Appreciate if any one can guide me with the solution.
FPSE is not included with Vista, it's a separate download. See www.iis.net for this.
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