As many of you know, I have a new course with Pluralsight called "Building a Site with Bootstrap, AngularJS, ASP.NET, EF and Azure". I had the opportunity to use Zen Coding (renamed Emmet for some reason) in the course. We've released a snippet of the course on YouTube that shows off this cool productivity enhancement that Web Essentials powers. Caveat: Web Essentials doesn't work with free versions of Visual Studio.
NOTE: The title of the video is incorrect and we're trying to change it...it is about Zen coding.
UPDATE: It was noted that I misspelled it. It's Emmet not Emmit. I fixed it in the article, but I can't fix it in the title as that's my URL too.
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