Tuesday, June 5, 2012

.NET Web Application with SQL Azure

Windows Azure is a new for me. So why not walkthrough a little bit into it. Before developing a Windows Azure application, let's create a simple MVC web app.

If you do not already have Visual Studio 2010, install windows Azure SDK for .net here

Createing an asp.net MVC3 application

Razor view engine is my favorite.

Run your application locally

Now, you need to prepare your application to run well in a Windows Azure hosted service. The application needs to include a Windows Azure deployment project before it can be deployed to the cloud. The deployment project contains configuration information that is needed to properly run your application in the cloud.

If your application have .net membership provider, use asp.net universal provider. You can download it via Nuget. http://nuget.org/packages/System.Web.Providers

2 comments:

Jonathan Pritchard said...
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Jonathan Pritchard said...

Thank you for a great article! screenshots always help when picking up something new.