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    Visual Web Developer 2008 Express Edition

    Hi

    Can anybody help me how to use Visual Web Developer 2008 Express Edition?
    Any help/advise would be appreciated.

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    Exclamation I can understand !

    I have installed Visual Web developer recently. It seems like a good solution and a nice way to build websites and data driven sites. Some very good sites have been done with it and some very successful ones as well.
    But there is visual studio, visual basic, visual web developer, you try to sort it all out and its a pile of vast things to make sense of!
    There are plenty of help videos etc online wich is great but its so much in so many different places youre not sure if you should be somewhere else or not !
    Ive been told that Microsoft makes things harder than it has to be.
    Maybe thats true maybe not. I am starting a .net cert course next week and wondering if I should have dived into php/mysql.
    PHP is supposed to be easy to learn and much more powerful/flexable.
    Im really wondering if I should turn tail and fast!
    I would love someone more experienced to chime in and share their thoughts on Visual Web Developer!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MRHB View Post
    Hi

    Can anybody help me how to use Visual Web Developer 2008 Express Edition?
    Any help/advise would be appreciated.
    If you want to build static websites with html, css, and javascript you could try other free html editors.

    VWD EXPRESS is mainly for asp.net development....

    However it is free and can be used as normal html editor.

    you can find lots of tutorial videos here

    http://www.asp.net/learn/

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    A good way to start learning Visual Web Developer 2008 Express Edition is a serie of videao tutorials.

    These can be found at http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/beginner/bb308786.aspx

    The courses are divided into 3 triers from the basics over to the 'more advanced' programming

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