A Guide To Web Development 101

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This book provides a guide to web developer. Microsoft WebMatrix is a web development tool that makes it easy for anyone to create a new web site. Users may start from the built-in or online templates or the free popular open source ASP.NET or PHP web applications, such as for example WordPress, Joomla!, DotNetNuke or Umbraco, positioned in the online Web Applications Gallery or make use of a pre-built website template. Users can customize their site using the code and database editor within WebMatrix. When an individual is preparing to publish their site, WebMatrix provides usage of offers from our hosting partners within the hosting gallery makes it easy to choose the right hosting partner for the app being created with a collection of hosting packages.

Who’s it most useful for?

As web development evolves, web site developers are looking for new methods to build web sites faster and make their job easier. They can customize their sites by editing their code, data and far more, and they can publish their sites easily to the Internet. WebMatrix is for anyone who would like to build web sites, however it is particularly helpful for:

WEB AGENCIES who wish to use free open source web applications.

DEVELOPERS who wish to build powerful data driven web pages quickly and easily with simple but powerful programming tools.

STUDENTS and new developers who would like a free, simple, solution that helps them learn to build web pages using either open source applications or by writing all the code themselves, by having an integrated deployment experience which allows them to easily publish their work.

What’s actually a part of WebMatrix?

WebMatrix includes IIS Express (a development web server), ASP.NET (a web framework), and SQL Server Compact (an embedded database). It also contains a straightforward tool that streamlines website development and makes it easy to start websites from popular open source apps. The skills and code developed with the Web Matrix transition seamlessly to Visual Studio and SQL Server.

Web pages constructed with WebMatrix could be dynamic; they can alter their content or style based on user input or on other information, such as for example database information. To program dynamic web pages, an individual chooses ASP.NET with the