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Setting Up the MSx Development Environment: Tips and Best Practices (VIDEO)

Setting Up the MSx Development Environment: Tips and Best Practices
Presented by Joe Loutzenhiser, AspDotNetStorefront Senior Software Developer

Here is a list of resources that Joe referenced during the webinar:

Webinar Details
You’ve made the jump to MSx (MultiStore) and it’s now time to roll up your sleeves and get dirty. This session will get you up to speed on how to set up your development environment so that you can get your site skinned, configured, customized, and ready to make you money.

We’ll start with setting up Visual Studio, SQL Server, and IIS. Then we’ll take a look at the  files where you do the skinning that will individualize your store. We’ll also peek under the hood of a full-source version of MSx and show you where to go to customize almost everything in your site.

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Posted in Developer Tips, MultiStore, Source Code, Video Tutorials, Webinars | 3 Comments

3 Responses to Setting Up the MSx Development Environment: Tips and Best Practices (VIDEO)

  1. William Wade says:

    The audio and video are out of sync. So what you see is minutes after what they are talking about.

  2. Kevin says:

    Is there anyway the authors of this video or a media person or somebody at the company could re-encode the video so we can benefit from watching it and hearing at the same time? It seems like a great video so its kinda a waste. Thanks.

  3. Tammy says:

    Yes, I’ll re-encode it and see if that helps. Thanks.

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