Creating and Publishing NuGet Packages

NuGet is one of those tools that gets more and more important all the time. A while back, it was useful for adding small, specialized packages for particular projects. Nowadays, it’s fundamental – and going to be even more so when vNext is live. We all use it to add packages, but how difficult is […]
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Visual Studio 2013 GitHub Source Control

I posted here a while back on using GitHub with Visual Studio 2010. It was a fairly involved process using a third party plugin. Well now you can integrate with GitHub directly from Visual Studio, and it’s much, much easier. I used it yesterday to make my DataAnnotationValidator (blogged about here) available on GitHub for […]
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Using Web Forms in an MVC Site

I’m teaching an HTML5 course this week, but one of my students had an ASP.NET question: how do you combine Web Form pages with ASP.NET MVC? It’s an interesting question, and not one that’s covered in any of our courses. Our MVC class covers MVC, our Web Form course covers Web Forms… and never the […]
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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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Creating a Custom DNN Module and Integrating Captcha

I recently had a customer request to add a Contact Us form to their DNN installation. It’s something I hadn’t done for a while. In fact, it’s been so long that the language has changed. Last time I played around behind the scenes on DNN (or DotNetNuke as it then was), the language was VB […]
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