I think Microsoft must have a reason for enhancing ASP.Net with RAZOR syntax.
On the Create New Website Project dialog of visual studio, there is another option for creating ASP.Net (Razor). The first time I came across the term Razor was when I read a book on Asp.Net MVC, I didn't know it exists for ASP.Net
I know what the Razor syntax is for
Does ASP.Net Core 1.0 support .Net WebForm projects? Or it is an MVC only environment? Also can I create classic web services(asmx) there?
Solution Short answer: No, ASP.NET Core does not contain Web Forms or Web Services.
Depends on your meaning of "support". If you aim to run ASP.NET Core project on top of CoreCLR and CoreFX, then
I have integrated ASP.NET MVC 4 into existing asp.net web site. Both works fine but I don't see any menu/shortcuts to create controller/view within visual studio IDE. Are those only available to ASP.NET MVC template?
Are those only available to ASP.NET MVC template?
Yes, but you could cheat. The way Visual Studio shows those shortc
This one seems to be originated after upgrading from vs2015 to vs2017.
The error is
Compiler Error Message: The compiler failed with error code
It works great on localhost.
The target framework is 4.5.2
I removed and re-installed all the nuget packages
Whie tracing i have
I was deploying an ASP.NET MVC application last night, and found out that it is less work to deploy with IIS7 set to integrated mode. My question is what is the difference? And what are the implications of using one or the other?
Solution Classic mode (the only mode in IIS6 and below) is a mode where IIS only works with ISAPI extensions and ISAPI
I want to get started with ASP.NET MVC and WebAPI that was released in Jan 2014.
ASP.NET MVC 5.1, ASP.NET Web API 2.1 and ASP.NET Web Pages 3.1 (Ref: NuGet)
I created a new ASP.NET Web application (.NET 4.5.1) > "Empty template" > "Web API" checked > "No Authentication"
Under the NuGet packages folder I checked the version of libraries reference
One of the common questions asked regarding ASP.NET MVC is why should you use it over ASP.NET Web Forms? The answer generally includes ViewState and clean URLs, amongst others. Towards the end you'll find a blurb about using the right tool for the job and that they serve different purposes. However, I don't believe I've ever seen what those purp
I want to know where I can find the System.Web.MVC dll in a system, where MVC 3 is already installed. I want to it on an X64-based system.
Any idea how to get them?
Solution the default folder would be like the following:
C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft ASP.NET\ASP.NET Web Stack 5\Packages\ Microsoft.AspNet.Mvc.5.0.0\lib\net45\System.We
When running my asp.net hosting service (asp.net without IIS), on server
2003 with IIS not installed, I get the following when trying to process a
"System.DllNotFoundException: Unable to load DLL (aspnet_isapi.dll)."
Of course the dll is able to be found, it''s still in the framework directory
and for grins I even put it in my
I read that ASP.NET uses VB.NET instead of VBScript. I also read that
ASP.NET is a subset of VB.NET. So if I learn VB.NET first then do I have the
knowledge for programming ASP.NET applications or do I need to learn both
VB.NET and ASP.NET.
TAM Solution TAM,
ASP.NET is a technology, VB.NET is a language. They are not subsets of