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Validation control with a single validation rule is easy, but what if we need to validate a control using different validation rules. This article tells how to achieve multiple validation on single control in an easy and systematic ...
Simple example outlining how to optionally employ AHAH based views in an MVC application.
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Using this Article We Easily Create Thumbnail of “txt, doc, docx, xls, xlsx, ppt, pptx, rtf” Files in asp.Net Mvc
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Selection of All childboxes basesd on Parent checkbox in header and vice versa
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One of the more interesting aspects of moving to VisualStudio Online for my source control and builds when I did it was seeing that I now had the choice between TFS Version Control (TFSVC) and Git to use as my source control. At that time I had never used Git. However, when I saw this […]CodeP
In the event that you create a asynchronous Task with a loop, in which you run your code. Say you’ve created a asynchronous Task. The method you’re running inside your task contains a loop ( infinite or not ), and you want to break out of it, peacefully. You would need to create a Cancel
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How to use ASP.NET Web API 2 with Individual User Account from AngularJS client with CORS enabled to issue a Bearer token.
A look into the different components involved in an mvc application request processing.
General solution for the Windows service: run as console for debugging, self-installing and -uninstalling, providing description, queuing and processing of messages, status observation and control with icon in system tray. The code may be reused for virtually any Windows service.
I have a general distaste for decorating my code with Attributes and Annotations. Most of the time, I can't help but feel like there must be a better way to accomplish what I am trying to do, and/or that I have somewhere sprung a leak in what should be a helpful abstraction. Other times, though, c
OK so our F# journey continues. We have looked at some of the basic building block types such as Records/Tuples, it is now time to look at Discriminated Unions. Discriminated unions provide support for values that can be one of a number of possible values. The possible values are known as “union c