Razor Learning the Basics of using the Twitter API in ASP.NET Web Pages with Razor syntax 4/26/2011

This tutorial will demonstrate how to use the Twitter API in WebMatrix using Razor. If you do not understand the basic concepts of WebMatrix you should go to http://www.microsoft.com/web/webmatrix for discussion and additional tutorials. You can also download WebMatrix from this site.

Read the full article... Connecting the iPhone with ASP.NET Web Pages 4/21/2011

In this tutorial you will learn how ASP.NET Web Pages with Razor syntax can be used to build a RESTful web service that is capable of delivering weather forecast data to an iPhone application. We will be using WebMatrix, a lightweight tool for web development to write code and manage the website throughout this tutorial.

Read the full article... Consuming and Storing Data from a REST Service with ASP.NET Razor 4/18/2011

This tutorial will illustrate how to consume and store data from a web service using WebMatrix. WebMatrix is a comprehensive, lightweight web development tool that includes everything you need for building websites. This tutorial assumes that you are already familiar with some of the basic concepts involved in working with WebMatrix. You will be working with ASP.NET Web Pages with Razor syntax to write server code. The new Razor syntax is based on a technology from Microsoft called ASP.NET, which in turn is based on the Microsoft .NET Framework. Razor gives you all the power of ASP.NET, but using a simplified syntax that's easier to learn if you're a beginner and makes you more productive if you're an expert. You will also be working with basic SQL statements and the database features integrated with WebMatrix. If you are unfamiliar with any of these features take a quick look at the following tutorials before continuing.

http://www.microsoft.com/web/post/web-development-101-using-webmatrix

http://www.asp.net/webmatrix/tutorials/2-introduction-to-asp-net-web-programming-using-the-razor-syntax

http://www.microsoft.com/web/post/web-development-101-part-5-using-data

Read the full article... Using ASP.NET Razor syntax with HTML5 and JQuery 4/15/2011

In this tutorial you will learn how ASP.NET Web Pages with Razor syntax can be used to build a RESTful web service that is capable of delivering weather forecast data to a website using JQuery and the HTML5 Canvas element. We will be using WebMatrix, a lightweight tool for web development to write code and manage the website throughout this tutorial.

Read the full article... Using ASP.NET Razor Syntax with Silverlight 4/15/2011

In this tutorial you will learn how ASP.NET Web Pages with Razor syntax can be used to build a RESTful web service that is capable of delivering weather forecast data to a Silverlight application. We will be using WebMatrix, a lightweight tool for web development to write code and manage the website throughout this tutorial.

Read the full article... Web Development 101 using WebMatrix 1/10/2011

Teach yourself how to write a simple Web Application using WebMatrix, CSS, HTML, HTML5, ASP.NET, SQL, Databases and more in just a couple of hours.

In this series of articles, you will learn how to build a simple web application that is used to manage a list of your favorite movies. While it is simple, it will demonstrate many of the capabilities of a full web application, including using a database to drive the content, and provide functionality to allow your users to add to the database, and edit and delete data. (You may have heard the term CRUD – Create, Retrieve, Update, Delete, now you’ll learn how to do it in WebMatrix!)

You’ll also learn how to deploy your application using WebDeploy and hosting providers within WebMatrix!

Read the full article... Web Development 101: Part 1, Getting Started with WebMatrix 1/10/2011

Microsoft WebMatrix is a free tool that allows you to create, customize and publish web sites on the Internet.

WebMatrix makes it easy for you to create web sites. You can start with an open source application such as WordPress, Joomla, DotNetNuke or Orchard, and WebMatrix handles the task of downloading, installing and configuring the apps for you. Or you can write the code yourself using a range of built-in templates that help get you started. Whatever you choose, WebMatrix provides everything your web site needs to run including the web server, database, and framework. By using the same stack on your development desktop that you’ll use on your web host, the process of going live with your website is painless and worry free.

You can download it from http://web.ms/webmatrix.

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