In this chapter, you took a quick look at Visual Studio 2008. First, you saw how to create a new web application using the clean projectless website model. Next, you considered how to design basic web pages, complete with controls and code. Finally, you saw how to use Visual Studio's rich set of debugging features to get into the brain of your web page code and track down elusive problems.
In the next chapter, you'll start building simple web applications with Visual Studio, and get your first full look at the ASP.NET web page model.