Visual Studio Tips – Wildcard Search and Replace

Ever wanted to do a wildcard Search and Replace in Visual Studio? I don’t just mean finding things using wildcards, but selectively replacing part of what you find while leaving other parts untouched. I came across an example recently where I needed to do just that – and since what I discovered saved me an […]
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Creating Web Services for the iPhone with .NET and WCF

Recently, I’ve been writing iPhone applications. The iPhone development tools are great and Objective-C is fun. Sooner or later though, an iPhone app will need to get data from a server. That’s where .NET and WCF come in. WCF is a full-featured, highly automated way of creating Web services that run on Windows servers. However, […]
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Fun With NuGet

I was teaching an ASP.NET MVC class just before Christmas, and was forcefully reminded of two things – 1) ASP.NET MVC Routing can be really tricky to get your head around, and 2) a surprising number of people still aren’t familiar with NuGets and don’t take advantage of them. So this blog post is designed […]
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Preparing for ASP.NET MVC 4 Mobile Development

ASP.NET MVC 4 will include a neat little feature allowing you to create mobile views very easily. All you will have to do to mobile-enable a view is add ‘mobile’ to its name and then customize it for mobiles. How you customize it is up to you – but the built in Visual Studio MVC […]
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Understanding Windows 8 Metro-Style Apps and WinRT

I’ve heard some misconceptions surrounding Windows 8 development. The first one is Microsoft is killing Silverlight. The second is Microsoft is favoring HTML 5 and JavaScript for developing Windows 8 applications over XAML and C#. The third is Microsoft is replacing the .NET Framework with a new framework called WinRT. Understanding Windows 8 Metro Apps […]
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