I am a beginner in ASP.net world and is a experienced Java developer.
My company is looking to convert the existing legacy applications into .Net. We have many small applications that need to be converted to .Net.
Most of them share the same look and feel with a similar layout, header, footer, admin menu, authentication with Active directory etc. Rather than every developer going through the same initial steps manually, I would like to standardize and create a base template of the project that everyone can work with. I am also looking into adding the logging framework set up, exception handling (I am thinking of using ELMAH) etc.
I was thinking of using the template option of VS2010 through which I export the template after creating the sample project which then can be used by other developers.
Another option is to create a base project and commit to the Version control which can then be checked out by other developers. They can rename the project and other details.
Any suggestions on which is better ? Or other ideas or options?
Really appreciate your inputs.
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