VS 2010 for Web Developer - Videos

VS 2010 for Web Developer - Videos

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At PDC 2008 in LA and TechEd EMEA 2008 in Barcelona we announced key new features for Visual Studio 2010 for Web Developers...  Apart from our focus on MVC, Dynamic Data, Silverlight and other key ASP.NET runtime functionality, this was the first time we announced the key investments pillars for Web Developers in VS 2010...  Over the next year or so we will be writing in details about these new features, but to start off  I thought it would be great to share various videos which are available to view online today ...

Visual Studio 2010 - Web Development Overview

In this talk we provided the glimpse of the major investment areas in VS 2010.  The talk is divided into following key areas

  • Design View - Improved CSS 2.1 Support &  standards compliance
  • Source View
    • HTML Snippets
    • JScript Intellisense
  • Web Deployment
    • Web.Config Transformation
    • Web 1-Click Publish

Jeff did a great presentation at PDC on this topic which can be viewed at the link below:

http://channel9.msdn.com/pdc2008/TL48/ (77.32 mins)

I also presented a similar talk at TechEd EMEA which is available for viewing below:


http://www.vimeo.com/2667207 (62.42 mins)

Visual Studio 2010 - Web Deployment

In this talk we talk about Web Deployment in detail and how next wave of Web Deployment technologies will make deployment a much easier task.  The key focus areas of this talk are:

  • Web Packaging - Packaging your web applications into .zip files
  • Web.Config Transformation - Transforming your web.config file (i.e. connection string, debug flags etc) from dev environment to production environment
  • DB Deployment - Packaging and deploying your SQL Server databases along with your web application
  • Web Publishing - Using Web 1-Click Publish functionality to deploy your web application with ease.

I did a presentation on web deployment at PDC and TechEd EMEA; the PDC presentation can be viewed at the below link:

http://channel9.msdn.com/pdc2008/PC33/  (84.42 mins)

If you would like to see a more compressed version of the talk then I also did a talk with Jason Olson in Visual Studio 2010 and the .NET Framework 4.0 Week! you can view this video at the below link:

http://channel9.msdn.com/posts/VisualStudio/Web-Development-and-Deployment-with-Visual-Studio-2010/ (34.40 mins)

Hope you will enjoy these videos...

Vishal R. Joshi | Program Manager | Visual Studio Web Developer

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  • is vs 2010 available for download so i can set it up and see whts new in this ?

  • You can download the VS 2010 CTP at the below location


  • HTML Snippets.that was i were asking in VS2005.

    At last it is implemented.

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  • Hi,

    This article is really nice. This helps a lot in our practical production based environments.

    Thanks for the info.


  • With the mvc framework something similar to the database migrate would be cool

  • Hi Martin,

    In some of the future posts on web deployment features we will cover how DB Migrate like scenarios can be accomplished via the new DB Deployment story...


  • Will we finally be getting multi-line find & replace? I know there was a flood of support for adding it before 2005 came out and 2008 still didn't have it.

  • Ryan,

    Thank you for asking about multi-line find & replace.  It's a feature that is under consideration for each release but unfortunately it still hasn't made the cut.  The good news is that you can find a third party macro which adds this functionality to VS.  You can find it here: http://www.helixoft.com/blog/archives/15



  • Sean,

    Thanks for the update. Obviously disappointing to hear as it's available in everything from SharePoint Designer to Expression Web. I'll definitely check out that macro though, so I appreciate the link.

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