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The standard workflow with web development is run the web application, make some changes to your CSS in Visual Studio, flip back to the browser and reload the page to see the effect. Tincr is one of those plugins for Chrome that makes you wonder how you could do web development without it. Using Tincr with an ASP.NET MVC application is easy. Select this and set the project type to HTTP Web Server and select the root directory for the project. ASP.NET HTML5 ASP.NET MVC ChromeWhile this works relatively well it can be somewhat slow at times. Recommended! The Problem Solver - Saturday, November 17, 2012
Screening C# Candidates: Let’s Play 20 Questions!
Neither do the questions touch on any of the “pillars” of the.NET Framework API, such as data access (Entity Framework), web services (WCF), or presentation platforms (WPF, SL, ASP.NET MVC). My short list for the books on various.NET API’s is Programming Entity Framework by Julie Lerman , Programming WCF Services by Juval Lowy , Essential WPF by Chris Anderson , Silverlight 4 in Action by Pete Brown , and Pro ASP.NET MVC by Steve Sanderson. Over the past year I was involved in the process of interviewing candidates for both mid and senior level developer positions. DevelopMentor Courses - Tuesday, February 28, 2012
Different options for hosting RavenDB
Deploying to Azure Web Sites is another of those places where embedded mode is really useful. When running on budget web hosting environment or other special cases the embedded option is really nice. Data Access HTML5 ASP.NET MVC RavenDBIn the previous blog posts about RavenDB I used the Raven.Server.exe to create a database server. Just running raven.Server.exe and connecting to it is fine for development but certainly not our only option. Running RavenDB as a Windows Service Once you have the RavenDB.Server NuGet package you can install it as a Windows Service. Enjoy! The Problem Solver - Wednesday, December 5, 2012
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The question they had was: What should I learn to get started in.NET and web development? Now this question was starting from a position of “I’d like to get started with.NET and the web. To go from “ zero to web dev in.NET” I think you should start on these topics, in an iterative fashion: Fundamentals of C# (skip the advanced stuff – async, yield return, etc for now). Fundamentals of ASP.NET and MVC (controllers, views, razor, a few things like that). The ins-and-outs of user input in MVC (including security). How do I do that?” Michael C. Kennedy's Weblog - Monday, May 6, 2013
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Do you want to learn how to build rich input forms and avoid security holes in your ASP.NET MVC applications? Just head over to Accepting user input in ASP.NET MVC and click preview: https://learninglineapp.com/courses/11/accepting-user-input-in-aspnet-mvc. Filed under: DevelopMentor Tagged: NET , ASP.NET , DevelopMentor , jQuery , MVC , Online courses , Online learning , Screencasts , tips , Visual Studio , web. DevelopMentor.NET ASP.NET jQuery MVC Online courses Online learning Screencasts tips Visual Studio webToday it gets even better. Michael C. Kennedy's Weblog - Monday, April 1, 2013
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- Understanding Text Encoding in ASP.NET MVC (ASP.NET MVC Foundations Series)
This article covers the various ways in which you might handle text encoding in ASP.NET MVC. For example, if you were writing a forum web app, you should absolutely be paranoid about what your users are typing into your site. There are at least three ways which MVC manages and encodes (or does not encode) text data. Generating HTML in code for use in MVC Razor views. MVC protects you in several ways against any sort of HTML / JS injection issues. But what if you trust the input and need MVC out of the way so you can write true HTML content to the browser?
Michael C. Kennedy's Weblog - Monday, October 15, 2012
- Improve perceived performance of ASP.NET MVC websites with asynchronous partial views
Michael C. Kennedy's Weblog - Tuesday, November 13, 2012
- Screencast: Refactoring with Partial Views in MVC
In this screencast, I show you how to create maintainable and readable ASP.NET MVC razor views by refactoring them into smaller, reusable blocks with partial views. Download the code: Refactoring-with-Partial-Views-in-MVC-Kennedy.zip. Filed under: Video Tagged: NET , ASP.NET , MVC , Screencasts , web. Video.NET ASP.NET MVC Screencasts web
Michael C. Kennedy's Weblog - Thursday, November 1, 2012
- Query composition with the ASP.NET Web API
Having the ASP.NET Web API as a REST service returning data is kind of nice but to be efficient on the wire we don’t want to return more data that required only to discard it in the client. NET REST HTML5 WebAPI ASP.NET MVCAs we have seen in a previous post just returning a collection data was real easy. As it turns out changing the service so the client can filter data is almost just as easy. In the previous example we returned an IEnumerable. All we need to do is change this to return an IQueryable and most of the work is done. 1: public class ProductsController : ApiController.
The Problem Solver - Wednesday, March 21, 2012
- How Are You Scaling ASP.NET?
Cheers, @mkennedy Filed … Continue reading → Polls.NET ASP.NET MVC polls webThere are some interesting debates out there around scaling ASP.NET. How do you do it? Please fill out this poll and tell the world: Interested in a blog post on this? Take it to the comments section.
- Using the WCF Web API in an ASP.NET MVC application
Warning: This post is based on a prerelease version of the WCF Web API In my previous blog post I showed how to add to and use the new WCF Web API a console application using NuGet. Now that works but it is far more likely that you will want to be using IIS and host the REST service as part of a web application. So in this blog post I am going to show how to do the normal thing I Created an ASP.NET MVC 3 app to host the REST service. just prefer the MVC approach, you might not. Just like in this post we can add a reference to the WCF Web API to our project.
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- Managing Cumbersome Shared Views Folder for Large Projects in MVC
While ASP.NET MVC promotes clean separation-of-concerns for your web applications, there are some short comings. A problem you’ll run into on large ASP.NET MVC projects is the Views section of your web application becomes completely crowded with hundreds or thousands of … Continue reading → Articles Open Source.NET ASP.NET MVC