{infiniteZest}
// Articles. Tutorials. Utilities.
Home  |   Search  |   Login  
Categories Skip Navigation Links
New / All
AJAX
Apple
ASP.NET
.NET
Git
Google / Android
Python / IronPython
Miscellaneous
SQL Server
Test: Which one to use: Web Project or Web Site?

1. You want to include some .aspx and aspx.cs files in the ASP.NET solution directory. And, you don’t want them compiled. Which of the following is the best option for creating this web solution?



Results
Congratulations! Correct Answer.
You Answered: None. If you took the test, your answer will show up here.
Correct Answer: A Web Project
Explanation
The key feature of a Web Project is the ability to include only the files you want to that project. In the Web Site method, all the files and directories under the root directory of the web site are included.
Take the Test
Take the complete test on this topic. You will be able to review answers to questions and get a test score.

Take the Test


Question 1 of 5


Test is Based on this Article
Visual Studio / ASP.NET offers two ways developing a web program - a Web Project model and a Web Site model. Which fits where?
icon-web-proj-site-dir-compare.jpg
Visual Studio 2005 and Visual Studio 2008 offer two options for creating an ASP.NET web program – a Web Project or Web Site. This article discusses the main reasons why you would choose one over the other.

More Articles With Similar Tags
icon-first-web-new-project.jpg
This article explains and dissects the pieces involved in creating the first web program in C# using the Web Project method (as opposed to the Web Site method).
How do you develop an ASP.NET program using the Web Project model?
icon-first-web-site-solution-explorer.jpg
This article explains and dissects the pieces involved in creating the first web program in C# using the Web Site method (as opposed to the Web Program method).
What is involved in developing a web-based program using the C# programming language with Web Site - Solution as the model.
This test has questions on developing first console (shell) based programs using the C# programming language.
                                                                                                                                                                                                             
About  Contact  Privacy Policy  Site Map