In this third part of the series, we look at how to implement web services into Aurelia.
In the second part of this Aurelia series, we'll focus on building the navigation for our application.
Technology is everywhere in our lives, but how much technology is enough? I explain my point of view with a couple of examples.
With the latest release of ASP.NET Core, developers are wondering what the next step is for their web apps and how to convert it over to the new ASP.NET Core.
Where's my ConfigurationManager in my new ASP.NET Core application? Today, I show an easy way to access your settings in your new ASP.NET Core application.
Sometimes, you need a query string from a Html.BeginForm. In this quick tip, I use a modified BeginForm to pass the current query string.
Anyone can write software, but it takes a seasoned developer to write decoupled software. Today, I cover the definition of loose coupling, how to detect it, and ways to improve your code.
Your object-oriented skills aren't just for coding. Today, I show you how to apply your object-oriented knowledge to make your CSS and HTML more readable and functional.
Today, I provide a simple way to change the colors of each series in your ASP.NET MVC web charts.
Since there wasn't a complete guide to implementing Google AMP pages, today, I provide a guide on how to incorporate Google AMP pages using ASP .NET MVC.
To make your site Google AMP-compliant, you need an understanding of what to tweak based on what Google tells you. Today, I take you step-by-step on how to debug your AMP pages.
Google AMP requires a certain level of HTML discipline. Today, I show you another obstacle I encountered with code snippets and how to fix the problem.
In our final post of the series, we cover using npm and Bower in Visual Studio 2015.
With the new ASP.NET web tooling, Visual Studio contains a number of front-end tools to make life a little easier at design-time. In this series, I show how each one can increase your development process.
In the first post of this series, I show my readers how to setup LESS or SASS in Visual Studio to make your CSS easier to maintain.
The struggle continues with making the site Google Amp-compliant. Today, I fix another issue on my site: embedded content.
An experience like this can really shake a programmer's confidence level. Today, I share a couple of experiences that proved external resources were the cause.
WebGrids are fantastic when coding for a desktop layout, but what do you do when you need it mobile? Today, I analyze the WebGrid and use CSS to make the WebGrid bend to our will and make it more responsive on a mobile device.