July 29, 2014
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Self-Hosting an ASP.NET Web API

ASP.NET Web API can be hosted in a separate host process. Learn how to self-host a Web API and how to consume it using a client application in this step-by-step how-to.

Writing Code that Writes Code

Every environment has its share of tedious, time-consuming but brain-dead code that’s required to get this or that working as it should. Tedious and time-consuming tasks are what computers do best. Why should you have to? See how the Microsoft T4 Templates make this possible.

Introduction to ASP.NET MVC6

Vipul Patel provides web developers an introduction to ASP.NET MVC6 – the model-view controller offered for use in web applications.

Overview of OWIN and Katana

Learn what OWIN and Katana are and how they fit into the whole web development picture for ASP.NET developers.

Creating a Slide Show Using the History API and jQuery

Learn how to programmatically change the URL shown in a browser's address bar using History API.

Top 10 Features in ASP.NET 4.5

ASP.NET 4.5 ships as part of part of Visual Studio 2012 and contains many new and extended features. Joydip Kanjilal takes a look at the top 10 best features in ASP.NET 4.5 for developers.

Consuming an ASP.NET Web API Using HttpClient

Join Bipin Joshi as he discusses how to use HttpClient, a modern HTTP client that is currently in Beta stage and is available as a NuGet package, to consume ASP.NET Web API.

Introduction to ASP.NET Web API

Bipin Joshi gives you a jump start in creating and consuming ASP.NET Web API and how to program CRUD operations that make use of Entity Framework and SQL Server over HTTP.

Building on the Cloud: The Team Foundation Services Story Continues...

Microsoft is making of noise around Team Foundation Server (TFS) and Team Foundation Services. See what's new!

Validation using jQuery in ASP.NET Applications

jQuery is the concise JavaScript library that makes your client-side code interactive with less pieces of code stitched together. In this tutorial we're going to show you how to use validation with jQuery in ASP.NET applications.

Uploading an Image and Creating a Thumbnail in ASP.NET
Follow these simple steps to let users upload image files and display them as thumbnails in ASP.NET.

Implementing Skins and Themes for ASP.NET
Skins and themes make it much easier to quickly, uniformly, and easily change the way your web application looks.

Obtaining Client-Specific Information with a Web Application
Obtain client-specific information from your Web application using ActiveX, which only works with Internet Explorer and browsers that have ActiveX extensions.

Simple Custom Group Assignments in SharePoint
Discover how to assign users the right to add other users to existing SharePoint groups on their site—without also giving other rights too.

Going Parallel with the Task Parallel Library and PLINQ
With more and more computers using a multi-core processor, the free lunch of increased clock speeds and the inherent performance gains are over. Software developers must instead make sure their applications take use of all the cores available in an efficient manner. New features in .NET 4.0 mean that managed code developers too can join the party.

Create Quick Database Interfaces with ASP.NET Dynamic Data
Very often web applications utilize a database, but creating a set of pages to view, edit, delete and insert data to the database seems like a repetitive task. Every application has the same set of basic features. To ease the process, Microsoft has recently developed a new technique for creating such applications. Enter ASP.NET Dynamic Data.

Using ASP.NET ScriptServices with Popular JavaScript Frameworks
Looking to use JavaScript to add lightweight AJAX interaction to your site? Try ASP.NET ScriptServices with jQuery or the Prototype JavaScript framework.

Displaying and Customizing Images from a Database
Discover how to render an image directly from a database using an IHttpHandler and how to modify the image on its way to the client using GDI+.

Extend the Flexibility and Functionality of SharePoint with HTTP Modules and Handlers
HttpHandlers and HttpModules are easy to program and can be widely implemented in the system, so they are useful tools for you to use with SharePoint.

Silverlight - What Makes It Special
Silverlight has now been around for a while. In fact, the beta for Silverlight 3 has now been released. Get the answers to common questions being asked by Users, business people, and Developers in regard to why Silverlight is important.

Improve the Speed of Your Site by Using CSS Sprites
Looking to improve the performance of your site? Learn how to combine all of those tiny 1k styling images into a couple CSS sprites.

Writing to the EventLog from a Web Application
The security-hole testing that hackers engage results in a sparring match where security-conscious companies like Microsoft are forced to—well, make life harder on the rest of us.

Introduction to Multi-Tenant Architecture
Learn how to create websites with similar functionality yet different UIs and maintain them across one shared code base using Multi-Tenant Website Architecture.

Is Azure the New Silver Lining?
By now, you have heard of Windows Azure, Microsoft's cloud computing platform. But, what does Azure provide for developers and users, and how can you benefit from it in your .NET applications? Read on to find out.

Exploring Cool Features of Devexpress' ASPxGridView
Devexpress has a commitment to providing amazing ASP.NET (and other controls), such as their latest revision of their ASPxGridView, version 8.3, which supports filtering, grouping, sorting, and much more, with little or no coding on your part.

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