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ASP.NET Web Deployment using Visual Studio

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ASP.NET Web Deployment using Visual Studio
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Publisher: Microsoft Corporation
Number of pages: 155

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This tutorial series shows you how to deploy (publish) an ASP.NET web application to a Windows Azure Web Site or a third-party hosting provider, by using Visual Studio 2012 or Visual Studio 2010. The sample application that you'll deploy is a web application project that uses the Entity Framework, SQL Server, and the ASP.NET membership system.

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