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  • Tony Sneed: Build Async Services with ASP.NET Web API and Entity Framework 6
    If you are building web services that interact with a database, chances are they are not written in a scalable fashion. Web services based either on WCF, which supports both SOAP and REST, or on ASP.NET Web API, which exclusively … Continue reading →
    DevelopMentor Courses - Friday, March 22, 2013
  • Modern Web Development #TechDaysNL
    Modern web development from Maurice Beijer De demo code is hier the vinden. Enjoy! WebAPI SignalR TypeScript TechDays
    The Problem Solver - Tuesday, March 5, 2013
  • Brock Allen: Host authentication and Web API with OWIN and active vs. passive authentication middleware
    'A quick note about Web API 2 security running in OWIN and a ASP.NET project (which you will see with the new templates in Visual Studio 2013). By default, Web API code running in a host will inherit the host’s authentication model. This means if the web application uses cookie authentication or windows authentication for […
    DevelopMentor Courses - Sunday, October 27, 2013
  • Brock Allen: MSDN article on CORS in Web API 2
    'My MSDN article on CORS in Web API is now out! With that understanding then it’s simple enough to understand how Web API surfaces support for CORS. Given the nature of CORS, I really wanted to spend much of the article explaining CORS by itself. Enjoy
    DevelopMentor Courses - Tuesday, December 3, 2013
  • Modern Web Development
    Modern web development from Maurice Beijer SignalR demo Other demos Enjoy! The PowerPoint and samples from my presentation at the QNH DevDays in Arnhem. HTML5 WebSockets Knockout SignalR TypeScript
    The Problem Solver - Saturday, November 10, 2012
  • Self Hosted Web API / Nuget Gotcha
    Just a heads up that when self hosting the new WCF Web API. By default if you try to add the Web API references via Nuget you will get a failure (E_FAIL returned from a COM component). This is due to the likely project types (Console, Windows Service, WPF) defaulting to the client profile rather than the full framework. If you change the project to the full framework the Nuget packages install correctly. Yet again bitten by the Client Profile.NET;REST;WCF
    DevelopMentor Courses - Wednesday, June 15, 2011
  • Brock Allen: Using cookie authentication middleware with Web API and 401 response codes
    'If you want to use cookie authentication middleware with a project that contains both ASP.NET code (WebForms or MVC) and Web API, then in the new Visual Studio 2013 you might notice some odd behavior when your Web API issues an unauthorized (401) HTTP response code. The assumption here is that the Web API code […
    DevelopMentor Courses - Sunday, October 27, 2013
  • WebAPI, PascalCase and camelCase
    5: // Web API configuration and services. 7: new CamelCasePropertyNamesContractResolver(); 8: 9: // Web API routes. 'In the RAW stack the ASP.NET WebAPI plays a big part in exposing data to the client and accepting data back in. This does mean that it is also the boundary of the AngularJS , or JavaScript, and C# world. And both of these worlds have their own, not always compatible standards. In this case I am referring to the normal way of naming properties on objects. In C# this is normally done using PascalCase and in JavaScript this is normally done using camelCase. 16: }.
    The Problem Solver - Wednesday, March 26, 2014
  • Brock Allen: A primer on OWIN cookie authentication middleware for the ASP.NET developer
    'There have been many changes to how authentication is performed for web applications in Visual Studio 2013. For one, there’s a new “Change Authentication” wizard to configure the various ways an application can authenticate users. The approach to authentication that’s undergone the most changes in this version is local cookie-based authentication and external login providers […
    DevelopMentor Courses - Thursday, October 24, 2013
  • Brock Allen: VS Live/Web Dev Live Las Vegas 2014
    'It seems I’ll be speaking at VS Live/Web Dev Live in Las Vegas on March 13th, 2014. My sessions will be: OWIN and Katana: The New HTTP Host for.NET Web Applications Internals of Security for Web Applications in Visual Studio 2013 Identity Management in ASP.NET Hope to see you there
    DevelopMentor Courses - Friday, December 20, 2013
  • Brock Allen: Getting JSON web tokens (JWTs) from ADFS via Thinktecture IdentityServer’s ADFS Integration
    'Dominick and I recently added three features to IdentityServer that collectively we call “ADFS Integration” This “ADFS Integration” is a new protocol (which can be enabled, disabled and configured like any other protocol IdentityServer supports). In short this new protocol helps obtain JWTs (indirectly) from ADFS (or really any WS-Trust enabled STS). I’ll describe the
    DevelopMentor Courses - Sunday, April 14, 2013
  • Lynn Langit: First Look – SQL Server on Amazon Web Services RDS
    Of course I had to try it out! Here’s the announcement from @Werner – and the documentation from the AWS site on the new support for SQL Server in AWS RDS. There is a free usage tier as follows: “If you … Continue reading →
    DevelopMentor Courses - Tuesday, May 8, 2012
  • LearningLine: What should I learn to get started in.NET and web development?
    The question they had was: What should I learn to get started in.NET and web … Continue reading → 'I recently had a conversation with someone who is looking to make a fresh start and become a developer (coming from other IT positions).
    DevelopMentor Courses - Monday, May 6, 2013
  • Tony Sneed: More Fun with Async ASP.NET Web API Services
    profiled an ASP.NET Web API service that uses synchronous methods, showing how long-running services with high throughput … Continue reading → My last post made the case for building async services in.NET 4.5 with the Task-based Asynchronous Pattern, or TAP for short.
    DevelopMentor Courses - Monday, April 1, 2013
  • Brock Allen: Use the MachineKey API to protect values in ASP.NET
    It’s quite common to need to preserve state across requests in a web application. This is typically in the form of a cookie, query string or hidden form field. Commonly the state that needs to be sent back to the client is sensitive or we want to ensure it’s not been modified by the user.
    DevelopMentor Courses - Thursday, June 21, 2012
  • Using SignalR for real time communication on the web
    SignalR to the resque Even if a pure Web Socket solution isn’t possible yet there are perfectly good alternatives. So if SignalR works today does it mean it doesn’t use Web Sockets? Pretty good as Web Sockets would only work on Chrome and FireFox at the moment. In a previous blog post I mentioned how exited I was about WebSockets and the future with real time duplex communication over the Internet. Unfortunately the current support for WebSockets, both on the client and on the server, is still somewhat limited making this a thing of the future. Not quite. SignalR Chat.
    The Problem Solver - Monday, July 9, 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). Over the past year I was involved in the process of interviewing candidates for both mid and senior level developer positions. We would bring them in for a face-to-face interview, sometimes with multiple interviewers, only to find out they were unable to answer the most basic technical questions concerning C# and.NET. Furthermore, I’m looking for a developer with a thirst for knowledge. > no 5.
    DevelopMentor Courses - Tuesday, February 28, 2012
  • Using Reporters in Approval Tests
    While the screenshot above will help you to understand what the web page LOOKS like, it won’t help you to figure out why the test is no longer passing. Today I pushed new versions of ApprovalTests for both C# and Java to SourceForge. Updates include new capabilities around the Reporters feature set for ApprovalTests. These enhancements were driven by feature requests from Peik Aschan(@peikas). He and I pair-programmed remotely (he lives in Finland) to extend ApprovalTests per his ‘asks’. Why Use Reporters? The three reasons for using different types of reporters are as below. png, *.html,
    DevelopMentor Courses - Saturday, December 31, 2011
  • Ninject WCF Extensions for RESTful Services
    Download the code for this post. while ago I blogged about using Ninject for dependency injection with WCF Services. The advantage of using DI is that it allows you to achieve loose coupling in your application architecture, so that you’re not tightly bound to a particular infrastructure implementation, such as data access or logging. The problem with WCF services is that by default they are required to have a parameterless constructor, which does not play nice with DI containers, such as Ninject , which support injection of dependencies via constructor parameters. NinjectWebCommon.cs ToSelf().Named(
    DevelopMentor Courses - Sunday, April 8, 2012
  • Agile: Where's the evidence?
    Web development? A few weeks ago I was presenting at the BCS SIGIST conference - another outing for my popular Objective Agility presentation. Someone in the audience asked: “Where is the evidence that Agile works?” My response was in two parts. First although it sounds like a reasonable question I’ve come to believe that this is a question that is asked by those who don’t believe in Agile, those who want to stall thing. It is rarely a question aimed at a rational decision. Second I said: lets turn the question around, Where is the evidence for Waterfall? Lets start with “Agile.” Scrum?
    Allan Kelly's Blog - Friday, March 30, 2012
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