Publishing Just Your JavaScript Folder With Visual Studio

Posted by: peterkellner.net, on 13 Feb 2015 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Who would have guessed.  With Visual Studio you can right click on any folder in your web project and say publish.  You can see me doing that right here below. For years, Ive struggled with how to just get certain files to an IIS web site.  The things that I have used (that all have [...]

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