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  • Blog Post: Profile specific web.config transforms and transform preview

    When we released VS2010 we add support for web.config (XDT) transforms during publish/package. Note: From now on I’ll only use the word publish from now on but the full content relates to packaging as well. In the original implementation when you published your web project the web.config file would be...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 2012 RC Web Tooling Extensions update

    If you have been following our blog and twitter accounts then you most likely have heard that some of the Web components of Visual Studio 2012 are now “Out of Band”. What that means is that we can update those components separately from Visual Studio itself. Because of this we will be posting updates...
  • Blog Post: ASP.NET providers and SQL Azure

    We have two sets of ASP.NET providers which currently exist; the ASP.NET SQL providers , and the ASP.NET Universal Providers . In VS 2010 the SQL providers were in only providers used for our project templates. In VS 2012 we have switched to using the Universal Providers. One of the drawbacks of the...
  • Blog Post: Database settings in the VS Publish dialog

    In Visual Studio 2010 we introduced a database publishing experience in the Package/Publish SQL (PP/SQL) properties page. This support relies on generating create scripts from the source database and then executing those scripts when you publish your web application. For more details regarding this feature...
  • Blog Post: VS Publish dialog Update Database dialog disabled

    If you have tried out our new Web Publish experience in Visual Studio you may have noticed that the Update Database checkbox is disabled. See the image below. The intended behavior of this checkbox is to enable you to incrementally publish your database schema from the source (the connection string in...
  • Blog Post: New Features for Web Development in Visual Studio 2012 RC

    Visual Studio 2012 RC is now available to download. Please visit Jason Zander's Blog for detailed announcement. We have more web development enhancement and features in RC. We’ll discuss some of them in future blog posts. Here are a few web development enhancements and features in Visual Studio...
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