Posts filed under: ASP.NET

I have recently been working on a prototype web-based admin tool using ASP.NET 5 RC1, and I want to impart some tips along with some issues I ran into and their workarounds. I do realize that the official name has...
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This is part 2 of Using Microsoft Fakes. If you missed the first one, check it out. In the first part of this series I talked about using Stubs to unit test your code and they work great but sometimes...
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Starting with the release of Visual Studio 2012 Update 2 the Fakes framework is now available to use in both the Premium and Ultimate versions! HURRAY! Why am I so excited? Because this will allow me to unit test my...
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Azure provides a whole host of options to store your data. The most common one that everyone knows and loves is Azure SQL. But there are other options available such as table storage or blob storage. For now we are...
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On a recent project I ran into an unexpected issue while testing with IE 10. The site that I was working on has out of the box ASP.Net validators and custom ASP.Net validators. When I navigated to the page that...
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If you’re using Entity Framework and want to quickly generate POCO objects, EF 4.x POCO Entity Generator is a great tool to use. By simply downloading and installing the EF POCO Template from here if you’re using C# or from...
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I recently needed to show/hide a section of html based on a radio button selection using client side code to avoid a Postback. I know this has been done may times, but I wanted a simple and reusable solution that...
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If you haven’t heard of ELMAH you need to check out the following links pronto! ELMAH – Home Scott Hanselman on ELMAH I highly recommend using ELMAH whenever you can when developing custom applications. There are very few things that...
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I’m looking for feedback on different ways to manage javascript and stylesheet code within Visual Studio. Many times there is shared code as well as page-specific code where you need to override a certain style, or you have a javascript...
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I have multiple sites setup in one Sitecore instance; and host names are used in the web.config “sites” section to manage this: <site name=”site1″ hostName=”www.site1.com” rootPath=”/sitecore/content/site1″ … > <site name=”site2″ hostName=”www.site2.com” rootPath=”/sitecore/content/site2″ … > I recently discovered some strange URLs...
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