Last post Sep 22, 2016 04:27 AM by email@example.com
Sep 21, 2016 08:55 AM|shsu|LINK
Sep 21, 2016 09:08 AM|lextm|LINK
Any migration takes effort and the amount varies from app to app.
As VS 2008 is before .NET 4, you probably will hit all kinds of breaking changes Microsoft introduced in ASP.NET 4,
Comparing VS2013 to VS2015 is not a fair question. You should not expect an old release to be better than a new one in most scenarios, especially when a newer release is coming.
Sep 21, 2016 09:33 AM|shsu|LINK
Sep 22, 2016 03:13 AM|Deepak Panchal|LINK
you had asked which one is better. so here I think Vs 2015 is better. because obviously it have some more features then VS2013.
you had asked which version have less breaking changes.
well generally when you upgrade your projects at that time small issues occurs but it will not create any big problems that you can't handle.
rest is depend upon your project. because we don't know about your project anything so we can't say anything exactly.
To upgrade your project you need to use Visual Studio Conversion Wizard.
it will also create a backup copy of your project before conversion. so no need to worry if something wrong happened in conversion. you can recover your old project easily.
you can refer the links mentioned below so that you can get a detailed idea about that.
Porting, Migrating, and Upgrading Visual Studio Projects
Visual Studio Conversion Wizard
Upgrade projects created in earlier versions of Visual Studio
Sep 22, 2016 04:27 AMfirstname.lastname@example.org|LINK
always go with MS updated product.
Only crystal report will do little issue otherwise all asps.net 08 to 15 will go smoothly, as of our experience.
your wesites are mvc based or web form?