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How to create a WEB application with visual studio 2008

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How to create a web application with visual studio 2008. I have to select C# and WEB and any tamplate for every form I´m creating ? Or can I select C# and Windows  for some forms ?
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Question by:Jose Bredariol
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You should be able to just select File \ New Project from the menu.  Then, under "Visual C#" select Web (expand the list on the left").  On the right, select "ASP.NET Web Application".
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In the Visual Studio IDE, click on File->New->Web Site, then choose ASP.NET Web Site from the template list.

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by:Jose Bredariol
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OK, but When I did that a lot of toolbox components desapears (for sample containers). I can´t develop a web application using all components i have on windows forms ?
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That's right. There are far fewer controls for web applications than WinForms Apps.
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The controls may look like they are the same, but that's all.  The Windows controls and Web controls are in two totally separate namespaces.  That is why your files will reference System.Windows in a Windows app and System.Web in a web app.
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by:Jose Bredariol
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So, there´s no way I can develop for windows and web at the same time, only If i choose web and anyone of asp.net  templates..
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Not in the same application. It's either web app or WinForms app, not both.
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by:Jose Bredariol
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Thnaks all
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