…application that would be pushed to them over the internet. They did hedge their bets and create ASP.NET, but they worked hard to make the development model as desktop-like as they could, right down to making it stateful. They were early to market with tablets, pocket computers and smartphones, but their approach was to simply shrink Windows and swap the mouse for a stylus. Their "like the desktop, but lamer" philosophy of mobile computing isn't all that different from IBM's …
…platform. That's like saying < asp: Controls Do Not Make You More Productive .> is all of web forms" - he also points to an article titled
Fallacy: Web forms is easier.
Matt's response: "developers every day struggle with dynamic controls and databinding in even slightly-complex real-world scenarios. Mindlessly tweaking code and refreshing the page to see what ASP.NET will render."
Matt also lists a series of facts, …
…adding another layer of abstraction between me and the html. I've been bitten before with all the asp.net stuff Microsoft uses to hide html from .NET developers - and have since loved looking at plain old html since.
In spot-us all of the views are done in HAML.
After reading it for a bit, and getting my head around all that white space, I realised that the intent of the code was really easy to comprehend - I didn't have to wade through all that excess html junk we put up with. …
.NET, or more specifically the ASP.NET, ASP.NET MVC, or related frameworks and libraries can be deployed easily against Cloud Foundry by using the Iron Foundry Fork or the Uhuru Software Fork of Cloud Foundry. Like the Java support, it goes much further than mere command line support with various desktop applications that integrate with and work beside Visual Studio. There are currently two distinct open source Cloud Foundry forks available: …
Highly Coupled Environments
Of these highly coupled application architectures, a software team usually …
Introduction to and Forms
led introduction to the jQuery and AJAX data submissions to an ASP.NET handler page. Covers some of the basics of jQuery's architecture and usage; We also cover chaining, selecting, event binding, and posting data with AJAX through the tools in the jQuery Library.
Look here if you want to see a form being created, basic validation with jQuery, AJAX form submission,…
…Much of Fog Creek uses the Microsoft Stack. I can't even spell ASP.NET and they'd still hire me.
There are companies with broken HR policies where lack of a buzzword means you won't be selected. You don't want to work for them, but if you really do, you can add the relevant buzzword to your resume for the costs of a few nights and weekends, or by controlling technology choices at your current job in such a manner that in advances your career interests. Want to get …
In case you saw the ". aspx" extension of NetMarketShare's site and automatically wrote them off as practitioners of what I like to call " Microsophistry", keep in mind that their stats paint a pretty sad picture for Microsoft's mobile browser share. There, mobile IE is too small a player to be named:
Click the graph to see the live version on NetMarketShare's site.
…servers- letting us mount new applications inside the current website. Although the servers run IIS and ASP.NET they're configured much like nginx's proxy_pass module (for example). You set the matching URL and the URL you'd like to proxy to. uSwitch.com also use hardware load balancers in front of the application and web servers.
Rack Scheme Detection
Recent releases of ssl? method on the that return true if the request is …include a
…processes and use external data sources. They will learn about state machine, ASP.NET forms, event handlers, and much more. This book requires no previous experience with workflow app development.
Out-of-the-box and custom workflows
How to integrate external data
Advanced forms withand ASP.NET
External events with pluggable workflow services
Custom workflow actions and conditions
Model your business process in
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