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Async File Uploads in MVC 4

ASync File Uploads in MVC4 – handy reference for anyone needing to do file uploads, includes a sample project. Tags: ASP.NET, MVC

posted @ Saturday, October 12, 2013 12:22 PM | Feedback (0)


Working with jQuery Mobile and MVC4 (beta)? Well then, jQuery.Mobile.Mvc might be just the thing for you. Tags: jQuery Mobile, ASP.NET, MVC

posted @ Thursday, September 22, 2011 10:26 PM | Feedback (0)

MVC3 Mini Profiler

mvc-mini-profiler is “A simple but effective mini-profiler for ASP.NET MVC”, designed by the folks at Stackoverflow. Looks useful. Tags: ASP.NET, MVC

posted @ Sunday, June 19, 2011 10:08 PM | Feedback (0)

New and interesting this week

Probably unsurprising that there’s a lot of Apple/Lion/iOS5 related items in this week’s list. Android App Removals Cast Doubt on Google’s ‘Openness’ (Gadgets and Technology, Posted Thursday June 9 2011, 195 tweets) iCloud’s the Limit: How iOS 5, Lion Push Apple’s Lock-In Strategy (Gadgets and Technology, Posted Wednesday June 8 2011, 334 tweets) Apple Releases iTunes 10.3.1 Without Update Notes (Apple Mac/iPhone/iPod, Posted Wednesday June 8 2011, 276 tweets) Dev Watercooler: Questing at Level 85 (MMORPG, Posted Wednesday June 8 2011, 16 tweets) Console2 - A Better Windows Command Prompt (.NET, Posted Wednesday June 8...

posted @ Friday, June 10, 2011 6:41 PM | Feedback (0)

Why ASP.NET MVC is different than Classic ASP

Why ASP.NET MVC is different than Classic ASP – come on, if you’ve worked with MVC you probably asked this at some point, right? Tags: ASP.NET, MVC

posted @ Wednesday, May 18, 2011 10:55 PM | Feedback (0)

ASP.NET postback via jQuery

Doing an ASP.NET postback via JQuery / Javascript falls into the category of “things that I wish I didn’t have to do too often, but probably will when clients need random crazy stuff, so it’s nice to have something in the toolbox to handle it”. Tags: ASP.NET, jQuery

posted @ Wednesday, July 21, 2010 10:10 PM | Feedback (0)

Dropbox API via C#.NET

Dropbox API and RestSharp for a C# developer – I don’t know what I’d do with this at the moment, but I’m sure it will be useful at some point! Tags: C#, ASP.NET

posted @ Monday, June 7, 2010 9:00 AM | Feedback (0)

Free .NET Application Architecture eBook

I’ve not read it yet, but hey who knows, it could be good reading: Microsoft Application Architecture Guide, 2nd Edition Tags: ASP.NET, Microsoft

posted @ Tuesday, January 5, 2010 11:54 PM | Feedback (0)

Java vs .NET Web Frameworks

Ah developer humor: "I don't think you can count someone even as a semi-decent java dev until he wrote his very own web framework at least once in his life" Tags: ASP.NET

posted @ Monday, January 4, 2010 5:51 PM | Feedback (0)

SkyDrive .NET API Client

It’s an API but it’s not an API! SkyDrive .Net API Client “allows developers to easily integrate Microsoft's Windows Live SkyDrive online storage and sharing services into their own applications”. You’d probably have to be a little desperate to use something like this. It’s a bit of a shame that there’s no official public API for SkyDrive. The service would be pretty invaluable if one existed. Tags: ASP.NET

posted @ Sunday, December 27, 2009 4:43 PM | Feedback (0)

PHP vs ASP.NET Rebuttal

PHP vs ASP.NET rebuttal – I’m not sure I actually care about the argument, but the points of comparison might prove as a useful info sheet for when the argument resurfaces next. Tags: ASP.NET

posted @ Wednesday, September 16, 2009 11:09 PM | Feedback (26)

Checking for nulls in JavaScript

It was useful for me, so it might be useful for you! What's the most reliable way to check a javascript null? Tags: ASP.NET, Javascript

posted @ Thursday, July 20, 2006 4:20 PM | Feedback (0)

.NET for Domino Developers

A while back I did a couple of posts about ASP.NET Development which were targetted at Domino Developers looking to make the switch. I intended to do more, but never really did. This was mostly because I actually started working on a commercial ASP.NET Development project, so I was spending all my time actually converting from Domino to ASP.NET and had no time to write about it. A while ago I came across Jeff Crossett's site. He has a series of articles called .NET for Domino Developers. Worth checking out if my slackness in writing has created a void in your...

posted @ Thursday, March 9, 2006 12:26 PM | Feedback (0)

Migration to Microsoft: Look before you leap

Ed Brill writes about Migration to Microsoft: Look before you leap. The entry is basically talking about thinking carefully before making a commitment to starting on a Domino -> Microsoft migration. If you're in the situation where you're considering this, then you should definately read his post and read all the links. You'd expect a bit of bias from Ed, however my personal situation backs Ed's stance up very well. After 9 years of working with Notes/Domino, I'm shifting my career to ASP.NET. I'm surrounded by custom Domino databases - ones I've written myself for my own "life management", and ones...

posted @ Wednesday, January 25, 2006 10:04 AM | Feedback (0)

Visual Studio Plugins

http://zero-one-zero.com/vs/index.html contains a few plug ins for Visual Studio, both 2003 and 2005. VSFileFinder, VSTabs, and a Keyboard shortcuts chart. I'm mentioning it here so I can find it later. Tags: ASP.NET, Visual Studio

posted @ Thursday, January 12, 2006 8:01 PM | Feedback (0)

A couple of useful links for the novice ASP Developer

ASP.NET 2.0 Beta 2 Starter Kits for Visual Web Developer 2005 Express Edition Beta 2 - which includes "Personal Web Site Starter Kit", "Club Site Starter Kit" and "Time Tracker Starter Kit" Building a Web Site with ASP.NET 2.0 to Navigate Your Music Library - you should be able to figure out what this is about by reading the title. via Sonic Tags: ASP.NET

posted @ Friday, September 23, 2005 7:52 AM | Feedback (1)

Some thoughts on Eclipse/Java vs VS.NET

Some thoughts on Eclipse/Java vs VS.NET - not from me, from Andrew Pollack. Despite being in a pretty positive headspace about .NET (and specifically ASP.NET using C#) at the moment, I'd definately agree with some of his comments - specifically those about the autogenerated code (which has caught me out quite a few times because I'm simply not used to it), and about documentation. The Notes/Domino help files have always been some of the best I've used for any application. Especially the Domino designer ones, because there are so many of those "Example" code snippets which are so frequently 90% bang...

posted @ Saturday, September 3, 2005 11:38 PM | Feedback (0)

Tinker with .NET and SQL without needing MSDE or SQL Server 2000

When I started my tinkering, I accepted that I was going to have to put either SQL Server 2000 Dev Edition, or MSDE on my machines in order to get a decent feel for things. Most of the applications I wanted to tinker with involved some level of database access, and I wanted to get a feel for SQL anyway as it's obviously something which is used in a lot of corporate applications, which is where my ASP.NET is mostly going to be used. Turns, out there's an alternative to installing SQL Server or MSDE if you'd rather not clutter up...

posted @ Friday, August 19, 2005 11:51 AM | Feedback (0)

ASP.NET musings

So after a couple of days of development I've started to make some good progress in my sample application. It's slightly more than a quick "Hello World" application now, it's starting to actually look like a Weblog template. I can enter information via a simple webform, display the details of my current entries in the summary/home page, and drill down into an entry to display the full details. Behind the scenes it's been a crash course in a few things. I've given myself a crash course in basic SQL - 11 years ago when I skipped the database related classes where...

posted @ Tuesday, July 26, 2005 9:29 PM | Feedback (0)


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