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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Improved Device Detection with ASP.NET

This is a follow up to my last post where I did a quick-and-dirty hack to get around the limitations of ASP.NET’s built-in isMobileDevice property. At the end of that post, I said I was going to wait and see if Microsoft did a better job next time around before I went to the trouble […]
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Detecting Mobile Devices with ASP.NET MVC

In a recent post I talked about the NuGet that allows you to do MVC4-style mobile views in MVC3. My cocktailsrus.com beta site is now live and in the process of testing, and I’ve found an issue with the NuGet (or, more accurately, with the underlying ASP.NET property it relies on). I thought it would […]
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HTML5 Training Course At Learning Tree

I’m in Reston this week, attending our new HTML5 class. The author, Andrew Andrews III is also teaching it this week, and it’s a lot of fun. Andrew’s the Technical Editor on my jQuery course so I know him pretty well – and I’ve been looking forward to the class for a while. What is […]
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Progressive Enhancement with ASP.NET MVC and jQuery Mobile

In an earlier post, I blogged about the NuGet that allows ASP.NET MVC3 to take the same approach as MVC4 to delivering different views for mobiles and standard browsers. I’ve now fully implemented this on my cocktails site, and come across some interesting complications when combining it with Ajax and progressive enhancement. This is the […]
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