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First look at Visual Studio Online “Monaco”
With Visual Studio 2013 Microsoft also announced online version of Visual Studio for Windows Azure Web Sites. When I first saw SharePoint Napa tools and “powered by Vsiual Studio” slogan then I knew that soon Visual Studio is on cloud. Now Microsoft made...
What is claims-based authentication?
Before going on with my other posts I want to introduce you claims-based authentication that makes is way to almost all Microsoft web-based platforms around. It is more complex than old username-password method but also more secure and general. In this...
Browser Link – Refresh running application in every browser on Visual Studio 2013
Visual Studio 2013 has good surprise for web developers who need to test their applications on different browsers. The new feature called Browser Link helps developers to refresh application in all opened browsers using just one icon click on Visual Studio...
New scaffolding for web projects with Visual Studio 2013 Preview
Visual Studio 2013 Preview introduces new scaffolding engine with code-name “Artery” for ASP.NET projects. The new engine allows to gather together all general and project specific scaffoldings and it seems to me like Artery will be the framework that...
Improved version of ASP.NET checkbox list values collecting method
In my last post about ASP.NET MVC checkbox list I came up with solution that makes it easy to update values in collection based on what was selected by user. I made some more progress meanwhile and here you can find improved version of collection update...
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New way of creating web applications on Visual Studio 2013
Yesterday Visual Studio 2013 Preview was released and now it’s time to play with it. First thing I noticed was the new way how to create web applications. For all web applications there is generic dialog where you can set all important options for your...
Aloha Editor–simple and easy to use WYSIWYG editor
Some sites need simple WYSIWYG editor just to provide some simple formatting options for some texts. I needed editor like this on one of my ASP.NET MVC projects. Although there are lot of editors and it is not hard to build your own simple editor I took...
Better solution for ASP.NET MVC checkbox list
Couple of years ago I worked out my first solution for checkbox list in ASP.NET MVC. Today I got some markable simplifications done and my solution is close to state where some nice-to-have tweaks can be done to add more automatics to controller side...
Sessions I plan to visit at TechDays 2013 Belgium
As I’m going to TechDays 2013 Belgium I made my first plans about sessions I want to visit. It’s always good idea to make some home work before event because it is the only way how to make good decisions. Here is the list of sessions I plan to visit....
Four new single page application templates
ASP.NET and Web Tools 2012.2 are officially out and although it brings a lot of new stuff to us I want to stop on new Single Page Application templates available by community. I was able to get them all work and now let’s take a look at them. Ember Ember...
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