Microsoft Web Application Installer

The Web Application Installer Beta is designed to help get you up and running with the most widely used Web Applications freely available for your Windows Server. Web AI provides support for popular ASP.Net and PHP Web applications including Graffiti, DotNetNuke, WordPress, Drupal, OSCommerce and more. With just a few simple clicks, Web AI will check your machine for the necessary pre-requisites, download these applications from their source location in the community, walk you through basic configuration items and then install them on your computer.

System requirements

  • Supported Operating Systems are: Windows Vista RTM, Windows Vista SP1, Windows Server 2008
  • You must have administrator privileges on your computer to run Web Platform Installer Beta
  • .NET 2.0 Framework
  • Supported Architectures: x86 and 64-bit

http://www.microsoft.com/web/channel/products/WebApplicationInstaller.aspx

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Microsoft Web Platform Installer Beta

I’ve found an interesting tool for that people who needs to prepare a machine for web development. Check this out:

The Web Platform Installer Beta (Web PI) provides a single, free package for installing and configuring Microsoft’s entire Web Platform, including IIS7, Visual Web Developer 2008 Express Edition, SQL Server 2008 Express Edition and the .NET Framework. Using the Web Platform Installer’s simple user interface, you can select specific components or install the entire Microsoft Web Platform onto your computer. To help you stay up-to-date with product releases, the Web Platform Installer always contains the most current versions and new additions to the Microsoft Web Platform.

Link site
http://www.microsoft.com/web/channel/products/WebPlatformInstaller.aspx

MIX08 – The Next Web Now

MIX08 has started!

From March 5 to 7, at The Venetian Resort Hotel Casino in Las Vegas, now in its third year, MIX is an intimate opportunity for cutting-edge technical, creative and business strategists to engage Microsoft in a conversation about the future of the web. Come explore the latest wave of opportunities and help redefine the boundaries between: content and commerce, PC and TV, Windows and the Web.

The most important “headline” is the presentation of Internet Explorer 8. You can download the BETA 1 here.

You can follow the event here with videos, sessions, feeds, etc.

New version (20229) of AJAX Control Toolkit released

A new version (20229) of AJAX Control Toolkit has been released. This version includes some top-requested bug fixes as well as other patches that has been submitted by users. More details at CodePlex.