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  • Getting Started with ASP.NET Web Forms
    This tutorial series will teach you the basics of building an ASP.NET Web Forms application... Read more »
  • Introducing ASP.NET Web Pages
    These articles will get you started with ASP.NET Web Pages.... Read more »
  • Getting Started with ASP.NET MVC
    This tutorial series will teach you the basics of building an ASP.NET MVC application.... Read more »
  • Getting Started with ASP.NET Web API
    In this tutorial, you will create your first HTTP service using ASP.NET Web API.... Read more »
  • What's New in ASP.NET 4.5 and Visual Studio 2012
    This document describes new features and enhancements that are being introduced in ASP.NET 4.5. It also describes improvements being made for web development in Visual Studio 2012.... Read more »
  • Servers
    ASP.NET Core is completely decoupled from the web server environment that hosts the application. ASP.NET Core supports hosting in IIS and IIS Express, and self-hosting scenarios using the Kestrel a...... Read more »
  • Open Web Interface for .NET (OWIN)
    ASP.NET Core supports the Open Web Interface for .NET (OWIN). OWIN allows web apps to be decoupled from web servers. It defines a standard way for middleware to be used in a pipeline to handle requ...... Read more »
  • ASP.NET Core Module Configuration Reference
    In ASP.NET Core, the web application is hosted by an external process outside of IIS. The ASP.NET Core Module is an IIS 7.5+ module, which is responsible for process management of ASP.NET Core http...... Read more »
  • Custom Policy-Based Authorization
    Underneath the covers the role authorization and claims authorization make use of a requirement, a handler for the requirement and a pre-configured policy. These building blocks allow you to...... Read more »
  • Migrating Authentication and Identity
    In the previous article we migrated configuration from an ASP.NET MVC project to ASP.NET Core MVC . In this article, we migrate the registration, login, and user management features. Section...... Read more »
  • Publishing to IIS
    Sections: Supported operating systems IIS configuration Install the .NET Core Windows Server Hosting bundle Application configuration Deploy the application Configure the...... Read more »
  • Testing Controller Logic
    Controllers in ASP.NET MVC apps should be small and focused on user-interface concerns. Large controllers that deal with non-UI concerns are more difficult to test and maintain. Sections W...... Read more »
  • Safe storage of app secrets during development
    This document shows how you can use the Secret Manager tool to keep secrets out of your code. The most important point is you should never store passwords or other sensitive data in source code, an...... Read more »
  • Knockout.js MVVM Framework
    Knockout is a popular JavaScript library that simplifies the creation of complex data-based user interfaces. It can be used alone or with other libraries, such as jQuery. Its primary purpose is to ...... Read more »
  • ASP.NET Web API Help Pages using Swagger
    Understanding the various methods of an API can be a challenge for a developer when building a consuming application. Generating good documentation and help pages as a part of your Web API using ...... Read more »
  • Using Gulp
    In a typical modern web application, the build process might: Bundle and minify JavaScript and CSS files. Run tools to call the bundling and minification tasks before each build. Compile LE...... Read more »
  • Working with Multiple Environments
    ASP.NET Core introduces improved support for controlling application behavior across multiple environments, such as development, staging, and production. Environment variables are used to indicate ...... Read more »
  • Introduction to Identity
    ASP.NET Core Identity is a membership system which allows you to add login functionality to your application. Users can create an account and login with a user name and password or they can use an ...... Read more »
  • Routing
    Routing is used to map requests to route handlers. Routes are configured when the application starts up, and can extract values from the URL that will be used for request processing. Routing functi...... Read more »
  • Debugging Typescript in Safari and Cordova
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  • Use VSTS to Build and Publish to an Azure Web App with Continuous Deployment
    This tutorial shows you how to create an ASP.NET Core web app using Visual Studio and deploy it from Visual Studio to Azure App Service using continuous deployment. Note To complete this tuto...... Read more »
  • Error Handling and ExceptionFilter Dependency Injection for ASP.NET Core APIs
    While working on my ASP.NET Core API and Angular 2.0 AlbumViewer sample, one last thing I need to round out the feature set is to make sure that consistent error results are returned to the client. Unhandled errors should also be logged to disk for later reference. ASP.NET Core does not... Read more »
  • SQL SERVER Database going to Recovery Pending Automatically and Coming Back
    I love connecting community via various channels. One of my clients explained an interesting issue to me. He explained that he has a production database which is going to Recovery Pending state by itself and without any user intervention, it's coming back as well.First appeared on SQL SERVER – Database... Read more »
  • How to Manage Updates for Windows 10
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  • JavaScript-Based IoT/WoT Development with the ESP8266
    As opposed to the less powerful Arduino, the competitively priced and WiFi-enabled ESP8266 supports the Web-of-Things (WoT) since it can be programmed in JavaScript....DotNetSlackers is actively looking for authors to write paid articles in several areas. If you are interested please contact us.... Read more »
  • Creating and Running an SQL Server Unit Test Best Ways to Test SQL Queries
    I hope it is no secret that testing of written code is as important as writing the code itself, and sometimes even more important. Writing unit test for C#/Java/code coverage is the responsibility of each software developer.However, there is not always an opportunity to use autotests. For example, until recently,... Read more »
  • Retrieving SQL Server Query Execution Plans
    Execution plans explain all you need to know about query performance, and how to fine-tune. Sure, you can see them in SSMS, but what if you need to drill into to the important details? What about using DMVs, Extended Events or SET statements to get at the... Read more »
  • Developing a Background Task in JavaScript in Less than 5 Minutes using a Web Worker API
    This article shows you how you implement a background task in JavaScript using Web Worker API...DotNetSlackers is actively looking for authors to write paid articles in several areas. If you are interested please contact us.... Read more »
  • TestCafe now available in Free/Open Source & Commercial Studio Versions
    Today, I am excited to announce two new TestCafe projects:TestCafe - An Open-source project that is now hosted on GitHub with an MIT license. It's a free and lite version of TestCafe that exposes the core functionality of TestCafe!TestCafe Studio - Our commercial product that includes the open-source (core) TestCafe... Read more »
  • Deploy ASP DotNet 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...DotNetSlackers is actively looking for authors to write paid articles in several areas. If you are interested please contact us.... Read more »
  • SQL SERVER Management Studio Why I am Seeing White Icon Instead of Green or Red?
    One of my clients faced a strange situation. She was using SQL Server Management Studio and was not seeing SQL server and SQL Agent status. It was showing white circle. When she would right click the instance, the options of Start, Stop and Resume were disabled. She also said that... Read more »
  • ACoreLib.Tracer: Tracing done right
    Near real time, multi threading safe tracing for any .NET technology...DotNetSlackers is actively looking for authors to write paid articles in several areas. If you are interested please contact us.... Read more »
  • Building a contact form using C#/ MVC
    This article show you, how you can implement a contact form in c#/ MVC...DotNetSlackers is actively looking for authors to write paid articles in several areas. If you are interested please contact us.... Read more »
  • SQL SERVER How to Avoid Triggers for Multiple Row Operations in a Table
    Customers have a unique way to give you challenges that you never faced. It was one of those evenings that I was working late night on some SQL activity when I received a mail from one of my very old customers. It is rare that I get a ping from... Read more »
  • Managing Packages Using Windows PowerShell
    Windows hasn't had a package manager in the style of the Advanced Packaging Tool (APT) of Linux distributions. Apt-get is a great way of installing packages and other software. We have Chocolatey, of course which has a growing library of software and even allows you to automatically update software.... Read more »
  • PowerShell Scripts get-process with SQL Server process
    Working with powershell scripts can be interesting. I have in the past shown a number of such scripts that we can use with SQL Server. In this blog, I was playing around understanding how I can use the get-process commandlet and how it can be used with SQL Server. This... Read more »
  • ASP.NET MVC Hotel Booking System Using AngularJS
    In this article, we will learn how to create a simple web based Hotel Room Booking System, using MVC, AngularJS, and WebAPI....DotNetSlackers is actively looking for authors to write paid articles in several areas. If you are interested please contact us.... Read more »
  • How to Fix Ten SSDT Deployment Snags, With or Without ReadyRoll
    Even a database development framework like Sql Server Data Tools (SSDT) doesn't get it right all the time, and there are ten deployment 'gotchas' in particular that can cause some head-scratching amongst developers to get right. From his unique perspective of creating a tool to make such deployments in... Read more »
  • Reading, Writing, and Creating SQL Server Extended Properties
    There is a great gulf between wanting to document your database properly with extended properties and actually doing it. Extended Properties have many uses but they aren't easy to use. Phil Factor is on a mission to make it easier for ordinary mortals to use extended properties as intended, to... Read more »
  • PowerShell Tip: How to Format PowerShell Script Output?
    I have been writing on various ways of working with PowerShell and how to connect to SQL Server. Personally, when I see text on command prompt it is quite a mess and very difficult to decipher the same. If you play around and look at various blog posts, they show... Read more »