Can I use a production server as the development system for my apps instead of the IIS running on my local machine? How is the connection configured?
Re: Server development
But you are polluting the production server environment unnecessarily. Some
bugs in particular are particularly resistant to sniff out in polluted
environments. In addition, a development environmnent incurs a performance
penalty in debug mode.
Keep your production environment disparate from your development effort.
When you are ready to release your application, do it in a controlled
manner. This added control secures your production environment from pesky
Alvin Bruney [ASP.NET MVP]
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"Condo" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Can I use a production server as the development system for my apps
instead of the IIS running on my local machine? How is the connection
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