Visual Studio 2013 for Web Developers: Deep Dive

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The new version of Visual Studio introduces a series of new and exciting features for web developers. Join Mads as he takes you through a deep dive filled with demos, insights and background – including a brand new surprise feature called ‘Artery’.

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      Excellent presentation. Mads Kristensen is, together with Scott Hanselman and Anders Hijlsberg, my favorite speaker at build. Very cool stuff. Keep up the good work!!

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      absolutely awesome publishing the project on stage and open sourcing it! Best speak for me on Build2013!

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      Hannes Kochniss

      I'm rarely impressed because I've seen a lot from other vendors (like the new WebStorm stuff) but this was unexpectedly awesome (esp. the AngularJs integration and the promise to make the plugability easy, also Chrome plugin BrowserLink -> Vs integration, which I hope we'll see the source code of).

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      Where can we download the Chrome Extension?

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      Mads Kristensen

      VS2013 Preview doesn't have the Browser Link extensibility API, so the Chrome extension wouldn't work with that. All my demo extensions will be open sourced as soon as the final release of VS2013 is out.

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      It is definitely one of my favorite presentations from the //build/2013 Great stuff!

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      Great session by Mads - very informative. One thing as to the url rewrites, to get that to work, be sure to turn off the compression in the web.config. Otherwise, you'll get 500.52 errors thrown.


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      Excellent !!

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