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Create Desktop UX With ASP.NET MVC (Part 2 of 3)

Building the ASP.NET MVC desktop UX (User Experience). See ContextMenu in action.

Writing a Blog Engine in ASP.NET Core

Reflections on writing a simple blog engine in ASP.NET Core with Entity Framework Core

Master Detail Grid in Mvc5

The purpouse of this article is to explain how to show data in a Nested Grid in Mvc5, because Often we face the challenge to show data in Master - Detail way.

Building Custom Formatters for .Net Core (Yaml Formatters)

Know how to create a custom request/response formatter for core apps

Create Desktop UX With ASP.NET MVC (Part 1 of 2)

Part 1: Master the ASP.NET MVC Project Template & Technologies (Razor, jQuery, JavaScript, Bootstrap, CSS). Part 2: Build an ASP.NET MVC app which runs in the browser but feels like using a desktop app.

Sharing is Caring: Using Shared Projects in ASP.NET

As software developers, copy-pasting some code or a few files and having it in multiple places has always been smelly. There are several different avenues that you can take to avoid this kind of redundancy, but this post will focus on one that it seems isn't talked about too often:

SPA^2 using ASP.Net Core 1.1 + Angular 2.4 - part 6

How to use NSwag to create Typescript data models and data services for Angular 2 and to generate Swagger Web API documentation.

Options for CSS and JS Bundling and Minification with ASP.NET Core

Maria and I were updating the NerdDinner sample app (not done yet, but soon) and were looking at various ways to do bundling and minification of the JSS and CS. There's runtime bundling on ASP.NET 4.x but in recent years web developers have used tools like Grunt or Gulp to orchestrate a client-side build process to squish their assets. Show More Summary

SPA^2 using ASP.Net Core 1.1 + Angular 2.4 - part 5

Adding a simple Angular 2 datagrid, adding server-side model-driven data validation and async CRUD operations to our Web API services and more Core tag helpers.

Grid with Server Side Advanced Search using JQuery DataTables in ASP.NET MVC 5

This article demonstrates how to implement advanced search on a gird using JQuery DataTables in mvc 5

ZEIT now deployments of open source ASP.NET Core web apps with Docker

ZEIT is a new cloud service and "now" is the name of their deployment tool. ZEIT World is their DNS service. If you head over to you'll see a somewhat cryptic animated gif that shows how almost impossibly simple it is to deploy a web app with ZEIT now. Show More Summary

ASP.NET Core containers run great on GCP

By Chris Sells, Product Manager With the recent release of ASP.NET Core, the.NET community has a cross-platform, open-source option that allows you to run Docker containers on Google App Engine and manage containerized ASP.NET Core apps with Kubernetes. Show More Summary

Google App Engine Adds .NET Support As It Races to Be The PaaS of Choice

Python? Check. Ruby? Check. Java? No problem. Node.js? Got it. PHP? Roger that. ASP.NET Core? No sweat.  Wait? ASP.NET too? 

Getting Started With ASP.NET Core and Entity Framework Core

In this article we learn how to create an ASP.NET Core 1. MVC application using Entity Framework Core 1.0

Build an Earnings Tracker Web API in ASP.NET Core - Part 1

This is the first part of building an Earnings Tracker Web API in ASP.NET Core 1.0 Series. You will learn how to create a Web API Application in C#

HTTP Module Pipeline and Session Creation in ASP.NET

This article explains the Session creation during HTTP Module pipeline

Run & Deploy ASP.NET Core Web Applications on Ubuntu Linux (AWS EC2) behind Apache Server

Article on end to end guide for running ASP.NET Core web applications on Linux servers on Amazon Cloud Service using Apache Server proxy

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