Good afternoon. Interested in the following situation. For example, I made a website using ASP.NET. All happy, after a couple of months I wanted a little design to fix a couple of functions to add. And how to be? To stop the entire website, rebuild the project and re-upload? Add "handles" for spinning directly into the website on WordPress. Or is there some less stringent measures for adding functionality or design changes of the website.
What are best practices when building a website using C#? This is the reason the backend from the front?
Option 1 - separate the front from the Beck
Option 2 - make changes locally, test finished build to roll out to production next to the old, to switch traffic from the old to the new.
Leon59 answered on June 3rd 19 at 19:35
All projects are different. The main point is to do everything so as not to break what's working until improve. No silver bullet. Overall, for the project as a class - a SOLID principle of our steering
jarvis_Metz37 answered on June 3rd 19 at 19:37
He used to suffer this problem. Early publisher, stuffed archive, threw on the server and it was unpacking.
Then began to do everything via WebDeploy