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Quick Tip: Using the HTML5 pattern attribute

Quick Tip: Using the HTML5 pattern attribute

Is custom JavaScript necessary for validation? Today, I show an easy way to validate your input on the client-side without JavaScript.

Finding your Mona Lisa during downtime

Finding your Mona Lisa during downtime

I'm sure some of you have downtime with everything going on. Is this an opportunity in disguise?

Collection: Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Collection: Coronavirus (COVID-19)

With the amount of information out there, what's the most critical links for this virus? This collection answers that question.

Dependency Injection of Internals, Part 2

Dependency Injection of Internals, Part 2

Today, our guest blogger, Andrew Hinkle, continues his saga of rolling-his-own IoC container with migration changes to his existing code

5 Best Tools for Traveling Developers

5 Best Tools for Traveling Developers

Ever forget to take something from home? In today's post, I present five of the best traveling tools for a developer.

Divide and Conquer: Implementing New Solutions for Convenient Coding or Why UI and JS are Important to Separate

Divide and Conquer: Implementing New Solutions for Convenient Coding or Why UI and JS are Important to Separate

In today's post, our guest blogger Susan Saurel explains why it's important to separate your JavaScript from the user interface (UI)

Updating the Menu System to ASP.NET Core 3.1 with Microsoft Identity

Updating the Menu System to ASP.NET Core 3.1 with Microsoft Identity

The menu example needs an upgrade. Today, we update our menu system to work with ASP.NET Core 3.1 and Microsoft Identity's Claims and Entity Framework Core

Collection: Codemash 2020 Recap

Collection: Codemash 2020 Recap

Missed Codemash this year? This collection will make you feel like you were there with reviews and coverage of the event.

Codemash 2020 (part 2)

Codemash 2020 (part 2)

Our guest blogger, Andrew Hinkle, couldn't stay away and went back for more Codemash. Here's his review of how Codemash went for him.

Are out and ref modifiers in C# a code smell?

Are out and ref modifiers in C# a code smell?

If there's a new feature in C#, should you immediately implement it? In today's post, I discuss and offer alternatives to the out parameter.