So far we have shown that the process of developing a Web application is very similar to that that of a Windows application with some subtle but important differences. Similarly, there are some special considerations that you may have to deal with when managing your Web project and associated files. For the most part, Web projects work as you would expect, but there are a few tricks you need to know.
When you create a new Web Application project, all the project files are stored on the Web server. As we discussed in Chapter 3, the Web server may or may not be running on the same physical computer on which Visual Studio is installed.
Although the project code and compiled ...