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More web dev with Visual Studio: https://mva.microsoft.com/training-topics/web-development#!jobf=Developer&lang=1033
@Awodire yeah I'm about to try Atom myself I heard it is great. I also want to see the power mode in action. :D ( but will still use VS Com anyway)
Here it is https://youtu.be/ct4oW_cRMMw Maybe I would have to compile the js on is own. It would be nice if VS diplayed the webpage
@Karl T I find it weird VS has multiple was to open JS. The other way is to create a pure js solution through the C# .asp templates. I saw a video but have not tried it yet. I will link the vid when I am able.
@Karl T. Power mode is nice! You can toggle it on and off when you want.
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@Martin Why are you still using VS 2010?
@Karl T., oh didn't realize that, as I stated, I haven't used it yet but Martin asked which has web dev features so that's what my answer was for.....
@Martin Alright, I understand.
A great Channel for web developement https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8butISFwT-Wl7EV0hUK0BQ
@Martin Taylor, I personally haven't used it yet, but Visual Studio Code I believe lets you do web development.
I have used Visual Studio ~version 2015~..... Many times it always make your "PROCESSOR" and your "RAM" exhaust and may eventually stop responding, this act can reduce your zeal to learning and increase your level of procrastination but there is a way to spice up your development... I will recommend ATOM for you... because you can always download as many packages as you want in your Atom's editor to suit your needs... for example " A package that will detect an error in your scripting source code ".... Many of this features are unlimited inside Atom editor......just visit atom.io to download the software............IT IS FREE and OPEN SOURCE
@Dustin is right, I use VS code for web development.
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