Web Application Projects is released

Web Application Projects is released

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Web Application Projects 1.0 is live!


New since RC1:


  • Team Build Support with VSTS
  • Strongly-typed access to resources defined in App_GlobalResources
  • Edit and Continue Support (To Enabled check Project Properties Web Tab)
  • Numerous bug fixes….


Web Application Projects now provided a similar development style and compilation model as was used in Visual Studio 2003, but with full ASP.NET 2.0 support.


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  • Hello everybody,
    I installed correctly, before update for Visual Studio 2005, then Web Application Project 1.0, on a VSTS installation on Win XP Pro SP2 and on a Visual Studio 2005 Professional installation on Windows Server 2003 SP1.
    On VSTS, all projects in "Web Projects" window disappeared. On Visual Studio 2005 Professional, it seems is all ok, but there's no new Web project to choose?
    Any other else having problems?
  • Dear Paulo,

    I'm sorry to hear that you are having problems with Web Application Projects.  When you say all projects in the "Web Projects" window disappeared, do you mean the "Web" Tab in "File/Add New Project"?  

    This is not a known problem.  Did you have an earlier version of Web Application Project installed on the machine that you successfully uninstalled before installing this version?

    You can reply to me directly at bash-at-microsoft.com and I'll be happy to help you with this.


    -- Bash
  • Guys.

    I don't think that I'm able to thank you enough for this project template!! Ever since VS 2005 first beta was released I have been under impression that our IDE of choice was slowly dieing in favor of former FrontPage users. That now-famous "70% less code" goal seemed to be the only thing that is new in VS 2005. Hard coded folder names, dropped namespaces in page-based classes and things like that drove me crazy. I swear I was thinking of going back to Borland/Java stuff :) In the same time, you kept the desktop projects intact (I saw just real improvements there). And I'm sure I wasn't the only one out there. But now I see that you have listened. Please don't scare me again :) In general, VS 2005 users are not as damn as some of MS project managers might think. And not everyone would appreciate the inability to control every piece of code in exchange for improved drag-and-drop. Btw, the top item on my personal wish list: give me the ability to disable the designer completely.

    Thanks again for the Web App project!!
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