ASP.NET Website Razor v3 Primer Tutorial

ASP.NET Website Razor v3 Primer Tutorial

ASP.NET Website Razor v3 Primer Tutorial

Today we follow up on the previous ASP.Net .Net 4.5 VS Web 2013 Express Primer Tutorial as shown below to create another ASP.Net 4.5 Razor v3 website which, “out of the box”, creates a great template for a three webpage website (the usual Home, About Us and Contact Us webpages), plus Registration and Membership, all functionality not to be sneezed at, as great progress within a few minutes of clicking File->New Website (and saying abracadabra … if that’s what you’re into).

We tailor a logo and the home page title to start you on your discovery process.

Below we’ll include some source code of this ASP.Net project solution:

Please enjoy today’s ASP.NET website tutorial.


Previous relevant ASP.Net .Net 4.5 VS Web 2013 Express Primer Tutorial is shown below.

ASP.Net .Net 4.5 VS Web 2013 Express Primer Tutorial

ASP.Net .Net 4.5 VS Web 2013 Express Primer Tutorial

The previous ASP.Net Hello World Primer Tutorial … … Visual Studio Express as shown below involved the use of Visual Studio 2010 Express on a Windows laptop. Today we zoom forward to Visual Studio Web Express 2013 for .Net 4.5 Framework and build the skeletal ASP.Net webpage for your comparison and interest.

Below we’ll include some source code of this ASP.Net project solution:

There are lots of new features in VS Web Express 2013 including Azure for iCloud Web Applications. Here is a link from Microsoft to tell you about this wonderful IDE.


Previous ASP.Net Hello World Primer Tutorial … … Visual Studio Express is shown below for Visual Studio 2010 Express.

ASP.Net Hello World Primer Tutorial ...  ... Visual Studio Express ... http://www.microsoft.com/visualstudio/eng/products/visual-studio-2010-express ... please use the horizontal scroll to movie-ize

ASP.Net Hello World Primer Tutorial ... ... Visual Studio Express ... http://www.microsoft.com/visualstudio/eng/products/visual-studio-2010-express ... please use the horizontal scroll to movie-ize

Tutorial

Transcript:

Have you heard of ASP.Net?

It is a server-side web server language to rival PHP and uses Microsoft
technologies and protocols.

Another “word” to Google relating to this product is IIS.

Do yourself a favour and read about it, because, as with all things, there
are strengths and weaknesses comparing it to PHP.

One interesting thing I’d research is Mojo Portal as far as CMS (Content
Management System) goes.

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