| January 7, 2013

Microsoft WebmatrixMicrosoft WebMatrix is a free, all-in-one, extensible web development application for Windows, developed by Microsoft.

WebMatrix lets web developers build websites using it’s built-in templates or popular open source applications, with full support for ASP.NET, PHP, Node.js and HTML 5.

It is often used as a platform for publishing WordPress on Windows.

Microsoft’s Web Matrix 2 web developer toolkit has grown to be free to install within the final version, as well as the production includes support for Node.js templating and additionally with ASP.NET as well as PHP. Microsoft continues to warm …
http://www.techrockers.net/ — Sun, 06 Jan 2013 20:16:17 -0800
I used Microsoft Web Matrix to “create” a website. It uses databases too. I was wondering is there a web-host service that allows me to upload the files so my website will BE online. I just need a free web-hosting that allows databases and such.
http://tuxhostingvine.com/ — Sat, 05 Jan 2013 04:07:07 -0800
Shiju Varghese’s Blog on ASP.NET MVC and Windows Azure.
http://dotnetshoutout.com/Upcoming — Fri, 04 Jan 2013 00:02:41 -0800
CheckInvalidPathChars(String path, Boolean checkAdditional) +10631190 System.IO.Path.Combine(String path1, String path2) +42 WebMatrix.Data.ConfigurationManagerWrapper.GetConnection(String name, Func`2 getConfigConnection, …
http://stackoverflow.com/questions — Tue, 01 Jan 2013 23:35:16 -0800
They mentioned Microsoft’s WebMatrix 2, a tool I had never heard of before. I’ve enjoyed it more than I … Unless WebMatrix takes off in popularity, I don’t see the gallery bursting at the seams with content in the future. What is there right now …
http://www.ebertx.com/blog/ — Fri, 04 Jan 2013 22:46:39 -0800
WebMatrix is Microsoft’s latest free and lightweight web development tool. After installation you will store your files in localhost and use this program like an internal server that means no more headaches to install and set programs such as …
http://press.heylookdesign.com/ — Mon, 19 Nov 2012 00:22:30 -0800
I have the site running locally through Webmatrix – it’s .NET with a SQL Server 2008 Express database. I’ve set up a ‘Website’ in the Azure portal and have also created a database for the website. I’ve downloaded the publish profile for this site …
http://www.windows-azure.net/ — Sun, 11 Nov 2012 12:25:18 -0800
This is the second in a series of posts that explain how to use the WebGrid in WebMatrix. This time we are going to focus on updating the table using Ajax. Adding in a couple of options and jQuery you are able to update the table without …
http://www.mdobie.co.uk/ — Fri, 16 Nov 2012 00:00:47 -0800
Microsoft offers webmatrix 2.0 for free download on its website which is an awesome tool for web development. It supports … Run your site from WebMatrix >> Open Site >> Your Site and the site will open in your default web browser. The site …
http://ditopress.com/ — Mon, 31 Dec 2012 06:11:06 -0800
and have started on my windows app and web matrix framework. I actually really enjoy the framework because it is really simple to do! It’s a like a drag- and- drop equivalent of netbeans’ java swing. I think I’m going to start up my new website …
http://iusedtowritesowell.wordpress.com/ — Mon, 24 Dec 2012 20:16:29 -0800
I was recently in the market for a website. I have created web applications using Struts, Spring and ASP.NET but when it came to creating a simple website to market my step by step Java video tutorial, I was left stumped. I knew the HTML, CSS …
http://patrickwashington.blogspot.com/ — Mon, 24 Dec 2012 09:12:00 -0800
This series of exercises takes you from starting with one of the simple templates included with WebMatrix all the way to creating a practical and interactive website that incorporates a range of typical web technologies and techniques.
http://amrelnashar.blogspot.com/ — Sun, 23 Dec 2012 00:45:00 -0800
Morning Everyone, Is Webmatrix a development tool only? i.e. After you have created your WordPress site on it, I presume you do not install Webmatrix.


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