Introducing WebMatrix - Part 2
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by Scott Guthrie
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Easy Deployment

Once we are done building our custom site, we can deploy it just like we did with BlogEngine.NET.  All we need to do is click the “Publish” button within WebMatrix, select a remote hosting provider, and our simple application will be live on the Internet.

Open in Visual Studio

Projects created with WebMatrix can also be opened within Visual Studio 2010 and Visual Web Developer 2010 Express (which is free).  These tools provide an even richer set of features for web development, and a work environment more focused on professional development.  WebMatrix projects can be opened within Visual Studio simply by clicking the “Visual Studio” icon on the top-right of Ribbon UI:

This will launch VS 2010 or Visual Web Developer 2010 Express, and open it to edit the current Web site that is open within WebMatrix.  We’ll be shipping an update to VS 2010/VWD 2010 in the future that adds editor and project-system support for IIS Express, SQL CE, and the new Razor syntax.

How to Learn More

Click here to learn more about WebMatrix.  An early beta of WebMatrix can now be downloaded here

You can read online tutorials and watch videos about WebMatrix by visiting the www.asp.net web-site.  Today’s beta is a first preview of a lot of this technology, and so the documentation and samples will continue to be refined in the weeks and months ahead.  We will also obviously be refining the feature-set based on your feedback and input.


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