cs_geek — 2012-05-27T00:00:18-04:00 — #1
I would like to start learning C# and then move to ASP.NET. I've found tutorials for C# that needs to install Visual C#. But after I finish of this I need to install Visual Web Developer as well. Isn't there other option that can have the two in one package?
force — 2012-05-27T00:46:55-04:00 — #2
Visual Studio is the all-in-one package geared toward developing Windows and Web applications
Visual Web Developer is geared toward developing Web Applications.
Visual C# is geared toward developing C# Windows applications.
nightstalker — 2012-05-30T00:37:00-04:00 — #3
As Force flow said. You are looking for Visual Studio. But just know, that you have to get a license for visual studio, it is not free. The Visual C# and Visual Web Developer are the free versions.
mittineague — 2012-05-30T01:56:11-04:00 — #4
Sorry if I'm hijacking :shifty:
I'd really like to get Visual Web Developer. But when I go to download, I get the "manager", then it wants to do a 500 MB transfer.
I'm stuck with a dial-up cnx that cuts off after 4 hrs - "unlimited" but with "reasonable use" restrictions - so the best I can get at home is 40 MB per session.
I tried using my libraries cable cnx to download to a thumb drive, but no joy.
Any possibility of direct download of the components? getting a DVD somehow?
Or if I need to pay for a DVD, just go for Studio?
nightstalker — 2012-05-30T04:58:42-04:00 — #5
The iso downloads are quite large... But I cannot imagine you will be able to get a DVD for free. Can you not download it on a friend or someones adsl like and put it on flash drive to take home?
wwb_99 — 2012-05-30T10:32:16-04:00 — #6
Try grabbing the ISO from http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=188843
The WebPI is really awesome except when you are stuck behind a firewall or trying to do scripted installs and the like. I have no idea how I would live in a dialup world at this point. My cell phone has a 3 megabit connection if I'm that desperate . . .
force — 2012-05-30T17:53:44-04:00 — #7
I've never heard of microsoft offering DVDs/CDs for free software. You may be out of luck there.
If you're in a rual area that doesn't even offer DSL, there's this option: http://www.verizonwireless.com/plans3-1/mobileBroadband.shtml
The other option might be to have a friend download it for you who does have broadband access.[/ot]
jason__c — 2012-05-31T02:34:41-04:00 — #8
Just to comment from a response above. You can get most MS software for for free for 3 years:
mittineague — 2012-06-01T18:59:14-04:00 — #9
@wwb_99; Thanks! the disc image was what I needed I expect it to be somewhat familiar yet quite different than my old VS 6.0
@Force Flow I don't consider the Greater Springfield area to be rural. Unfortunately cable is outside my budget and I'm too far away from the "central station" for DSL.
Very aggravating, as I was able to go to my library and download the iso to a thumb drive in ~15 minutes where at home it would have taken ~70 hours !!
@Jason_C; That looks really good, but I'm guessing I'd still run into dial-up cnx issues.
widmarkrob — 2012-07-03T09:53:13-04:00 — #10
Web Matrix, might be worth a look…
livetecshosting — 2012-07-05T05:43:41-04:00 — #11
Visual Studio Express edition is free and it comes with C# and VB.Net runtime. You don't need to install anything else other than Visual Studio.