Using a Text Editor to Develop and Deploy an ASP.NET Web Application
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Published: 10 Oct 2007
Abstract
In this article, Andrew examines the usage of the freeware Crimson Editor to show how to develop, compile, deploy (FTP), and launch an ASP.NET web application in a browser.
by Andrew Mooney
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Introduction

Have you ever developed a web application without an IDE, syntax highlighting and IntelliSense? If so, then you were probably using a text editor like notepad to create these applications. And you might be happy to know that this is still possible even with Microsoft's .NET framework.  Let us walk through how to use a text editor to develop and deploy an ASP.NET web application. For this article I will be using Crimson Editor, a free text editor, but you can use any text editor you prefer.


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