In previous articles, I have explained the IoC, DI pattern and DI containers. I hope, you understand well the IoC, DI pattern and and DI containers. Now you will learn how to apply it in ASP.NET MVC 4.
We already showed you how to build a Beautiful REST+JSON API, but how do you secure your API? At Stormpath we spent 18 months researching best practices, implementing them in the Stormpath API, and figuring out what works. Here’s our playbook on how to secure a REST API.
If you are new to ASP.NET MVC you might not know about ELMAH and MiniProfiler. These are two distinct OSS projects that you can easily install with NuGet, and both provide valuable debugging and diagnostic services. Scott Hanselman has blogged about both projects in the past (see NuGet Package of the Week #7, and #9), but this post will highlight some of the updates since Scott's post and still provide a general overview of the features for each project.
Telecom Italia, Vodafone Italia, Wind, 3 Italia e PosteMobile si sono consorziate per la diffusione della tecnologia di pagamento NFC. Porte aperte agli operatori finanziari, ma sulle tariffe sarà un braccio di ferro.
DevCurry: Connect to LinkedIn using OAuth in an ASP.NET MVC Application
Edoardo Inamo's insight:
ASP.NET 4.0 introduced OAuth integration using the DotNetOpenAuth library. We can use it to authenticate our ASP.NET application using various OAuth providers. Today we will see how we can Authenticate using the built in LinkedIn client.
Adapteva ha raccolto su Kickstarter i fondi per la fabbricazione di un supercomputer ispirato al Raspberry Pi: costerà 99 dollari e sarà in grado di raggiungere prestazioni di 26 gigaflop. Arriverà entro giugno 2013.
Raspberry Pi, the low cost embedded computer platform, is doubling the RAM from its launch configuration, and apparently the additional memory will allow the Pi to run a future version of an Android 4.0 operating system.
Mobilizer is a Webkit-based Adobe AIR app that lets you preview your mobile websites, design mockups, and local HTML on a variety of phone shells. With Mobilizer all you have to do is visit any URL or drag and drop local HTML, Flash, or even image files. It can export PNGs of device views – perfect for portfolios.