Using a Text Editor to Develop and Deploy an ASP.NET Web Application
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by Andrew Mooney
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Launching Our Sample Application in a Web Browser

Now that we have compiled our web application, why wait any longer. Let us launch it in a browser and see how it looks. Again, we have the choice of creating a batch file or setting up a User Tool in Crimson Editor. The batch file to launch our web application is shown in Listing 5.

Listing 5 - Launch.bat used to display our web application in Internet Explorer

START IEXPLORE.EXE http://localhost/WebApp1

To set this up in Crimson Edito, select Conf. User Tools from the Tools menu. In the Preferences dialog box, fill in the fields for the second User Tool using the following and also take a look at Image 2 below.

Menu Text: View in browser - Web App Name

Command: C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe

Argument: http://localhost/webappname

Initial Dir:

Hot Key: None

Close on exit: yes

Capture Output: no

Use short file names: no

Save before execute: no

Figure 2 - Setting up a User Tool to launch a web application within a web browser in Crimson Editor

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