Jacksonville's Developer User Group Meets June 3, 2009

First Wednesday of the month, you will catch me at our monthly JaxDUG meeting. Below are the details so drop by!

Leveraging Web Deployment Projects

In this session we will take a look at how Web Deployment Projects can be used to assist in the deployment of web sites and web applications; including ASP.NET Web Applications and ASP.NET MVC Web Applications. We will give an overview of what Web Deployment Projects are and the functionality that is available out of the box. A Web Deployment Project is a wrapper for the aspnet_compiler.exe tool in the form of an MSBuild project and adds value to using the tool itself. Because they are MSBuild files we are able to customize and extend the process. We will discuss how we can customize the process to perform common steps such as

  1. Creating Virtual Directories
  2. Updating values in the web.config file
  3. Encrypting the web.config file
  4. Minimizing JavaScript files
  5. Versioning the Assemblies

 

6/3/2009
Bank Of America, Building 500
9000 Southside Blvd. Jacksonville, Fl. 32256
Room: Sea Oats, 6pm-8pm

About The Speaker

Sayed Hashimi

Sayed Ibrahim Hashimi has a computer engineering degree from the University of Florida.
He is a Microsoft Visual C# MVP.
He is the author of Inside the Microsoft Build Engine : Using MSBuild and Team Foundation Build (Microsoft Press 01/09), co-author of Deploying .NET Application: Learning MSBuild and Click Once (Apress 05/2006), and has written several publications for magazines such as the MSDN Magazine. He is a developer and independent consultant in Jacksonville, Florida. He is an expert in the financial, education, and collection industries.
You can reach Sayed at his blog sedodream.com.

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