Using a Text Editor to Develop and Deploy an ASP.NET Web Application
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by Andrew Mooney
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Why I Prefer To Use Crimson Editor

There are several reasons why I prefer to use Crimson Editor. First of all, the price is right; it is free! Also, I find the syntax highlighting files, which can be downloaded, for C# and VB.NET code to be very useful. Crimson Editor lets you add shortcuts that allow you to execute external programs with arguments. This feature will come in handy later when we want compile and deploy our web application. A directory and file browser is included that has a right click menu that contains a Shell Execute command to run any file. Multiple files can be open at the same time and switching between them is easily accomplished by the tabs at the top. Crimson Editor also will allow you to organize the files you choose into projects. There are many more useful features, but I will let you check them out for yourself. Just search the internet for Crimson Editor.


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