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Async File Uploads in MVC 4 by Freakyuno

Uploading files Asnyc in ASP.NET MVC 4 with jQuery-File-Uploader. You'd have never known it could be this easy!...

Jamcast Official Beta by Freakyuno

A good friend of mine recently revealed to me that he's released a beta to the public of a neat piece of software. Jamcast allows the user to stream their digital audio across their network to devices with built in support like Playstation 3, XBox 360...

AuctionSite Starter-kit Update by Freakyuno

I've done an update to the starterkit today, and figured it might be a good idea to get some screenshots in front of people, as well as a demo site up - so I've done both. :) The demo site is available at http://ask.proessent.com/default.aspx Feel free...

AuctionSite Starterkit Alpha Release by Freakyuno

Just a quick plug to the community. I've gotten to the Alpha release of my AuctionSite Starterkit and have published a release on Codeplex http://www.codeplex.com/auctionsk It's designed and produced in .net 3.5 utilizing some cool features like LINQ...

HDC07 - A big success! by Freakyuno

What a great time to be had a development conferences. Putting that many smart people in one room should be illegal honestly. Two solid days of .NET energy (and one adobe flex talk, ...<blink>) - Culminated with a 4 hour presentation by Scott Guthrie...

Ajax Service Methods: Returning Strong types or lists. by Freakyuno

In all the examples we've seen so far, we've returned simple strings, integers, or a standard type / value. That's all fine and good, until we have something a little more complex to return, or need to return a list or array of something, or a list of...
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Creating an Efficient UI in ASP.NET. Part 2 by Freakyuno

In the first installment of this series, we discussed the reasons for creating a clean and efficient UI, and some of the methods behind it. If you haven't read the first part I suggest you do so here . In this article we are going to go over some of the...

Creating a Who's Online usercontrol with .NET 2.0's membership provider by Freakyuno

David Yancey over at his Geebs blog has created a slick little bit of code to allow users to put a "Who's online" type of control on their sites by querying the membership provider. It appears it also allows for anonymous users as well. Check it out http...
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Creating an Efficient UI in ASP.NET. Part 1 by Freakyuno

Preface: I've tried to be as thorough as possible in this series of articles, this articles assume above beginner knowledge of CSS, ASP.NET controls, and AJAX Control Toolkit items. The series is scheduled for 5 parts and at the end of the series I will...
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CRINETA - Thanks again! by Freakyuno

I just wanted to take a moment to thank the Cedar Rapids branch of the INETA user group for the warm welcome. I enjoyed speaking to the group tonight, and I hope some useful information was had by all. I'm in the process as we speak of converting the...
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