Missing Azure Cloud Project Template in Visual Studio 2012

It’s late at night, and you couldn’t sleep. So you just want to try WindowsAzure. You, a .NET developer, then downloaded and installed the Windows Azure SDK for .NET. Next, you opened Visual Studio 2012 RC and couldn’t find any project template for Windows Azure.

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What’s wrong? It turned out that you just need to select .NET Framework 4.0 instead (the small sentence did give some hint though).

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Now you should see the “Windows Azure Cloud Service” template and create any Azure role you want. Get some coffee (soda or beer) and enjoy coding!

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