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comment Suggested setup for angularJS development in Visual Studio 2013
Option 2: Create new Node.js project in VS (requires NTVS), it has its own web server (in nodejs) that's going to serve your static files. I tested it and it works.
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comment Suggested setup for angularJS development in Visual Studio 2013
Option1: You could use a blank ASP.Net MVC project, delete dependencies and you would will be fine. The only thing is that running this project will compile a /bin/project.dll that does nothing.
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comment Suggested setup for angularJS development in Visual Studio 2013
To your 1st comment: yes. To your 2nd: We put them in the WebAPI project in our dev environnement only. At deployment time they are deployed elsewhere. If you don't pick a Web project type then VS features specific to Web projects will not work (Go to Definition in a javascript file for instance).
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