• Morten Christensen


Umbraco as a Service and Visual Studio

Session topics: uaas,visual studio,.net

So you created a new Umbraco as a Service Project, but all you got was a url to clone a git repository. But how do you get up and running when Visual Studio is your preferred tool for developing Umbraco based solutions?

In this session we will look at what you get after clicking "Create Project" in the Umbraco as a Service Portal, and how you get from a newly created project to a solution in Visual Studio.

We will also talk about Developer workflows around Umbraco as a Service Projects, and take a look at what the future has in store for Visual Studio + Umbraco as a Service and Application Lifecycle Management (ALM).