Build Your Very Own Electron Cross-Platform Desktop App Using JavaScript

Cross-platform technologies are popular right now. Microsoft seems to be embracing non-Windows OSes—e.g. porting flagship projects such as .NET and SQL Server to Linux/macOS. Most of this activity is around server and mobile technologies. Windows still has a commanding share—89% in 2016)—of the desktop, with macOS on just under 10% of desktops in the same […]
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3 Claims from Facebook Yarn Developers

Facebook recently released an alternative to Node Package Manager (npm). It’s called Yarn and, according to the developers, is designed to improve on npm in the following areas: Speed Determinism Security Let’s examine each of these claims in more detail. 1. Speed Yarn claims to be a faster than npm. I ran a test where I […]
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Supporting Multiple Versions of jQuery

I was in New York recently teaching my ASP.NET Web Forms class while one of my colleagues was teaching my jQuery class a couple of doors away. One of the students in the jQuery class asked an interesting question, and since another instructor – Randy Casburn – was sitting in the back of the room, […]
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Combining Google Maps with ASP.NET Web Forms – Part 2

In my last post I showed how easy it was to add a Google map to a Web page. This time, I want to look at how you can customize the map by adding markers to it, as well as using data binding to build the script dynamically. The application I’m using provides restaurant recommendations […]
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Combining Google Maps with ASP.NET Web Forms – Part 1

One question that keeps cropping up while I’m teaching is – how do I include Google Maps in ASP.NET pages? The short answer is – it’s incredibly easy: just go to this page, follow the steps and you’ll get code you can paste into your page. The problem with that is it only works for […]
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