Last fall, Microsoft announced a Docker partnership and Windows Server and Azure integrations. The company recently put up a blog postabout running ASP.NET 5 apps in Linux containers with Docker. It says it’s actively working on making apps written in ASP.NET 5 easy to desploy and ship in Linux and Mac OS X.
ELMAH stands for Error Logging Modules And Handlers (ELMAH). As Scott Hanselman puts it, “ELMAH is Tivo for your ASP.NET Errors.” Alexander Beletsky made changes and wrote a how-to on installing it. ELMAH’s recent release on NuGet makes it that much easier. Atif Aziz developed ELMAH in 2004 under the New BSD License. Since then… Continue reading Elmah.MVC NuGet Package Released
ASP.NET’s Control Gallery is a directory of almost 1,000 controls and components for applications. The gallery has tools for charting and messaging to ecommerce and content management. The categories of the gallery include: AJAX Toolkit Controls (44) Charting Controls (102) Bar Charts (26) Line Charts (24) Pie Charts (22) Community (35) Forums (32) Instant Messaging… Continue reading ASP.NET Control Gallery
ASP.NET has some great features, among them being able to make a calendar. Many frameworks either lack the ability to make a calendar or it is rather complicated. Let’s take a look at just how easy it is to do in ASP. A basic example, as shown on W3Schools, looks like this: <form runat=”server”> <asp:Calendar… Continue reading How to Make an ASP Calendar
Immediately after the publication of ASP.NET MVC 3 in January of this year work was underway towards developing the next release. The high-level roadmap for MVC 4 was published Wednesday, though the author notes the plan will likely change due to customer feedback. Which, is exactly why it was released–to get feedback on what developers… Continue reading ASP.NET MVC 4 Roadmap Published
A team within Microsoft recently released an update for Visual Studio 2010 that incorporates support for HTML5 with Intellisense enhancements HTML5 elements and CSS3 declarations. We have reported that ASP.Net would be a good choice for writing HTML5 sites, and Microsoft confirmed a similar roadmap for HTML5 at MIX11; but now, you no longer have… Continue reading Web Standards Update Brings HTML 5 Support
Pirates versus Ninjas, Determinism versus Freewill, Dogs versus Cats, Chicken versus Egg, TOE-mato versus TA-mato, and ASP versus PHP are all classic debates. However, as these debates have grow in popularity, so has the inclusion of illogical and otherwise poorly formed arguments. These stances have made some of these classic debates go on far too… Continue reading ASP.net versus PHP: Common Facepalm Moments
Have you ever been to a website to look for something, but you have no idea where to look, and you wished they had a search bar? Well, adding a search bar in ASP is easy enough with Bing. Sign up for an application ID and build the request and response handlers. Let’s look at… Continue reading How to Add Bing Search to Your Site