Simplifying Dynamic Ajax Forms with jQuery Delegates

Recently I was working on an ASP.NET MVC application that made extensive use of Ajax. It’s a version of Chutes/Snakes and Ladders using HTML5 and JavaScript. I used jQuery for the Ajax, of course (what do you expect? I wrote the Learning Tree course jQuery: A Comprehensive Hands-On Introduction). As always, jQuery was a pleasure […]
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Preventing Duplicate Logins in ASP.NET

ASP.NET provides a convenient and highly extensible authentication and authorization system that is shared by both ASP.NET MVC and ASP.NET Web Forms. I have cheerfully used it for years, without ever worrying about the fact that there is nothing in the system to prevent the same user from logging in multiple times. The other day, […]
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Which .NET CMS to Use?

The question for today is – if I’m planning on implementing an ASP.NET Web CMS, which one should I choose? My company used to have its own custom .NET Web CMS, Mantranet. Mantranet was a good solution in its day – it was end-to-end AAA accessible, for one thing – but eventually it became a […]
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Model-First Development with Entity Framework 4

ADO.NET Entity Framework ADO.NET Entity Framework (EF) is an object-relational mapping tool included with .NET. It is used to automate database access. To use it, you need a data model which defines classes (or entities). Entities contain properties that are mapped to fields inside tables in a relational database. If you already have a database […]
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Conditional Compilation

Have you ever been in a situation where your application needs to behave one way in development and another in production? Perhaps you only want to send an email if the application is on the live server, or you’re developing an ASP.NET MVC application and need to add the [RequireHttps] attribute – but only if […]
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