Tag Archives: Asp.net

Tag Helpers in ASP.Net Core

ASP.NET is quite a good framework for web applications. I enjoy working with it. Although it is not the only one I use, I have been building great things using it over the last couple of years. Recently, a new Razor edition has been introduced under the name of Tag Helpers. It aims at making the code […]

What’s new in Visual Studio 2013

I’ve been using VS2013 for a little while now and I love what I see. Year after year, I can clearly see the hard work and dedication that the team at Microsoft is putting in building better tools. Below is a very interesting video done by Scott Hanselman to describe some of the great features […]

Scott Hanselman shows Visual Studio 2012 new features

July 2012. Scott Hanselman gives the second day keynote for aspConf. In this session, Scott Hanselman starts by explaining the vision of One ASP.NET. He then shows a bunch of mind-blowing prototype features, and ends by answering dozens of live questions from the community. This is a must-see session that happens to be a ton of fun, […]

XML for ASP.NET developers

On this blog, Dan Wahlin (Microsoft Most Valuable Professional for ASP.NET and XML Web Services) is described as the founder of The Wahlin Group (http://www.TheWahlinGroup.com) which provides .NET, SharePoint and Silverlight consulting and training services. He’s also on the INETA Speaker’s Bureau and speaks at several conferences. Dan coauthored Professional Windows DNA (Wrox), ASP.NET: Tips, […]

ASP.NET 4 Breaking changes

As you know, Visual Studio 2010 currently allows Web applications development using ASP.NET 4. ASP.NET 4 introduces a number of features that improve core ASP.NET services such as output caching and session-state storage. Microsoft has released a document describing what are the new elements included into that new version of ASP.NET. This document describes changes that […]