This appendix lists all of the different project templates that are provided with Visual Studio .NET. As well as listing the names of the templates, a short description of the purpose of each template is provided. (See Chapter 9 for more information on how to add your own templates.)
The following Visual Basic, Visual C#, and Visual J# projects are available in Visual Studio .NET:
This template creates a .NET-based Windows application with a Windows Forms GUI.
This template creates a .NET class library (DLL).
This template creates a .NET class library. There are only two differences between this and the Class Library template. First, newly created projects of this type have a reference to the Windows Forms components. Second, this template creates a project containing a Windows Forms user control by default.
This template creates an ASP.NET web application. VS.NET can create a new IIS web application on the web server, or it can just add the project files to an existing one. Since this template is designed for building web-based user interfaces, it includes a Web Form (WebForm1.aspx).
This template creates an ASP.NET web application. This is very similar to the ASP.NET Web Application template, the main difference being that instead of providing a Web Form as a starting point, it provides a skeleton web service (Service1.asmx