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In Visual Studio 2013 we have added a couple of small features for web publishing that I’d like to share with you.
Those updates are; how to take your app offline during publishing and how you can update the default file compare option.
We have not yet created any specific UI for this feature but it’s very easy to enable.
Since Visual Studio 2012 web publish profiles are stored as MSBuild files under Properties\Publish Profiles () and have the same name as the Publish Profile in Visual Studio.
Provides a one-stop shop for querying the web service with XPath filters.
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