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Conventional HTML in ASP.NET MVC: A Primer | Jimmy Bogard's Blog

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I hinted last post that I wasn't a fan of the Display/Editor templates in ASP.NET MVC. I really liked the idea of opinionated, metadata driven input and output builders – in fact, I wound up building this concept in a really large ...
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Common Phrasal Verbs

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Here is a list of common phrasal verbs. Account for This is an inseparable phrasal verb. To account for something is to give a reason or explanation for it. How will you account for the money you spent on that
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ASP.NET Web API Series : Async Deep Dive

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If you start browsing through the source code of the ASP.NET Web API, you will find very few classes where they do not have xxxAsync() method or do not contain methods returning varieties of Task<T> (which from here on, I am gonna use to generically refer to all tasks including all variations such as Task and Task<T>). Task allows the operations to be scheduled asynchronously, however, the question is now that most methods return Task<T>, would the context switching of all these asynchronous operations not have an adverse effect on the performance of the Web API? At the end of the day, async was added to improve the scalability but can adversely damage the performance? As we will see below, ASP.NET Web API runs actions asynchronously only if you tell it to - hence no context-switching happens within the framework for non-Task actions. And for Task actions, since we are dealing with long running processes, asynchronous processing provides scalability.


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MVC4 Bootsrap3 Sample project

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MVC4Bootstrap3Sample is an Asp.NET MVC4 project using Bootstrap3 as its theme. To use it download the project file from my Github repository and open the solution in Visual Studio.NET 2012. This repository's bootstrap3 is not added by using Nuget.


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Data Driven Custom View Engine in ASP.NET MVC - NET Curry

Data Driven Custom View Engine in ASP.NET MVC - NET Curry | Asp.net | Scoop.it
Build an ASP.NET MVC custom view engine that loads views defined in a SQL Server database.
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Building Out a Clean, REST-ful Web Api Service with a Minimal Web Api Project

Building Out a Clean, REST-ful Web Api Service with a Minimal Web Api Project | Asp.net | Scoop.it

n a previous post, we saw how to create a minimal ASP.NET WebApi project template, so that we can avoid some of the bloat and complexity inherent in the standard VS WebApi project. Getting started building out an API project using the minimal project template is much easier, and we can always add back stuff as our project grows.

For starters, though, the minimal project makes it much easier to focus on our principle task – creating a simple, clean API. This minimal project is especially useful if, like myself, you are less-than-experienced, and learning your way through Web API development. Or, if you just want a simple project.

In building our example, we will adhere to what are recommended conventions for an MVC project. While we are not creating a website proper, it will serve us well to follow the conventions designed into the MVC framework (of which WebApi is a part). Note how I have set up the basic project, with a Models folder and a Controllers folder (at this point, we don't need Views). If you have worked with a standard ASP.NET MVC project before, this part should look pretty familiar.


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Implementing Custom Authentication for ASP.NET

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Why Shouldn't I use MembershipProvider?

Ah the million dollar question: "Why shouldn't I use the MembershipProvider that comes with ASP.NET?" Well I have a quick list here, and you can work around some of these issues by using other providers and writing your own providers, but at that point why not just build your own?

 

-SQL Server Dependency

-Lots of Useless Tables

-Separation of User and Profile

-Inverted table design (think Dictionary but with SQL, bleech :P).

-Ultimately a generic implementation. Generic is not always good.

-Old Old Old (10+ years); a lot has changed in 10 years.


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jQuery Cookies : Get, Set and Delete Example | jQuery By Example

jQuery Cookies : Get, Set and Delete Example | jQuery By Example | Asp.net | Scoop.it
Get, Set and Delete cookies using jQuery.

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Error: ASP.net : The Official Microsoft ASP.NET Site

http://t.co/DnWNpUMRLC Business Layer Development by winterreise1855 http://t.co/DqeW3WgcmN
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Introduction To Controller And Action (ASP.Net MVC Part-1)

Find All the videos in sequence for free at http://www.ManzoorTheTrainer.com.
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New course: Practical IoC With ASP.NET MVC 4 | the pluralsight blog

New course: Practical IoC With ASP.NET MVC 4 | the pluralsight blog | Asp.net | Scoop.it
John Sonmez has published a new course! At first, Inversion of Control (IoC) is a difficult concept to understand. Even after understanding what IoC is, a developer must learn to apply the concepts of IoC and IoC containers to ...
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Live Jump Start Preparation for Exam 486 Developing ASP.Net MVC ...

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Join our free online training event on September 17, featuring Microsoft's Jon Galloway and owner and Head Geek at GeekTrainer, Christopher Harrison, who will show you how to develop ASP.NET MVC 4 web applications ...
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Conventional HTML in ASP.NET MVC: A Primer | Jimmy Bogard's Blog

Conventional HTML in ASP.NET MVC: A Primer | Jimmy Bogard's Blog | Asp.net | Scoop.it
I hinted last post that I wasn't a fan of the Display/Editor templates in ASP.NET MVC. I really liked the idea of opinionated, metadata driven input and output builders – in fact, I wound up building this concept in a really large ...
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Setting up AngularJS for ASP.Net MVC in WebAPI project.

Setting up AngularJS for ASP.Net MVC in WebAPI project. | Asp.net | Scoop.it

Once AngularJS is in place it intercepts all the url navigation requests (<a> tags) and stops the browser form full page refresh. How it happens is

It starts with user navigating to the app home(such as http://localhost/home). This is a standard HTML request which gets data from a server view.The browser then loads the necessary html and scripts and sets up the AngularJS configuration.AngularJS navigation ($location service) kicks in and hence forth the only requests that are send are to load partial views into a specific page section (ng-view or ng-include).

Keeping this in mind we start setting up the view.


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Real World OAuth using ASP.NET MVC

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If you haven’t heard of OAuth or OpenID you have most certainly used it in day to day life. Have you provided your google username/password and logged in to StackOverflow or used your WordPress.com account to post comments on someone’s blog or used third party Twitter clients whom you have given permission to use your Twitter account or used Facebook to post comments on some tech blog site? If answer to any of the above is a Yes, you have seen OAuth or OpenID in action.


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ASP.NET Web API file download service with resume support

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Thanks to StreamContent class, creating basic file download service in ASP.NET Web API is a relatively straightforward task. Let’s start by implementing a basic scenario, where files are served from a directory.
Instead of dealing with file system access directly in controllers I usually like to encapsulate this functionality in a dedicated object, which makes unit testing/mocking easier and makes code tidier. For our examples we will createIFileProvider interface that exposes three operations:


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HMAC authentication in ASP.NET Web API at piotrwalat.net

HMAC authentication in ASP.NET Web API at piotrwalat.net | Asp.net | Scoop.it
In this article I will explain the concepts behind HMAC authentication and will show how to write an example implementation for ASP.NET Web API using message handlers.

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Free Arduino Video Course

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Programming book reviews, programming tutorials,programming news, C#, Ruby, Python,C, C++, PHP, Visual Basic, Computer book reviews, computer history, programming history, joomla, theory, spreadsheets and more.

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Useful jQuery Function Demos For Your Projects

Useful jQuery Function Demos For Your Projects | Asp.net | Scoop.it

Every aspiring Web developer should know about the power of JavaScript and how it can be used to enhance the ways in which people see and interact with Web pages. Fortunately, to help us be more productive, we can use the power of JavaScript libraries, and in this article we will take a good look at jQuery in action...


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What is Chaining in jQuery? | jQuery By Example

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You may have come across a term "Chaining" in jQuery. But do you know what is Chaining in jQuery? There is no specific definition available for this term in jQuery but it is also not different from the general meaning of Chain. In general term Chain is, "A connected flexible series of metal links used for fastening or securing objects and pulling or supporting loads." Below images dictates what is chaining. Isn't it?...


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ASP.NET/MVC/C#/jQuery Business Layer Development | .NET | ASP

ASP.NET/MVC/C#/jQuery Business Layer Development | .NET | ASP | Asp.net | Scoop.it
Implement Business Layer for a new web site in ASP.NET MVC and C#.
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FluentKnockoutHelper - generate Knockout syntax with strongly typed, fluent, lambda expressions for ASP.NET MVC

FluentKnockoutHelper - generate Knockout syntax with strongly typed, fluent, lambda expressions for ASP.NET MVC | Asp.net | Scoop.it

* Painlessly generate Knockout syntax with strongly typed, fluent, lambda expression helpers similar to ASP.NET MVC
* Rich intellisense and compiler support for syntax generation
* Fluent syntax makes it a breeze to create custom helpers or extend whats built in
* OSS alternative to ASP.NET MVC helpers: feel free to add optional features that everyone in the community can use and I'll merge your pull in ASAP!
* Painlessly provides validation based on .NET types and DataAnnotations in a few lines of code for all current/future application types and changes
* Client side JavaScript object factory (based on C# types) to create new items in for example, a list, with zero headaches or server traffic

 

Durandal.js is a new framework that uses Knockout, jQuery, Require and Sammy that makes it very easy to create single page applications. It 'just works' with Knockout and feels very clean so I have created the Survey App using it. Also take note other than for the start page and WebAPI MVC isn't used at all for views. This seems pretty natural so far but time will tell as it is built out.

Take a look at Survey App demo to see a full demo using Durandal.js


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ASP.NET MVC Routing - Intercepting file requests like Index.html ...

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ASP.NET MVC Routing - Intercepting file requests like Index.html, and what it teaches about how Routing works. Easy: Including an HTML file in an ASP.NET MVC site. I got an interesting question recently on routing, which ...
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Senior .NET Developer (C#, MVC, WCF, API, 40-75k)*Best role of - Permanent ... - TechWeekEurope UK

Senior .NET Developer (C#, MVC, WCF, API, 40-75k)*Best role of - Permanent ... - TechWeekEurope UK | Asp.net | Scoop.it
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You will be very strong with ASP.NET MVC and SQL Server.
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