Streamlined Web Loading in the Visual Studio 11 Beta

One of the features of Visual Studio 11 that I’m really looking forward to taking advantage of is CSS and JavaScript minification and bundling. As developers, we like to be able to break our applications into reusable components. That makes development and maintenance much more manageable. Sometimes, however, it can have an impact on performance. […]
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Simplifying Web Development with Page Inspector

I’ve been playing around with the Visual Studio 11 beta for a little while now, and my favorite thing so far is Page Inspector. I like tools that make my life easier – and Page Inspector just saved me a lot of poking around inside the underbelly of an application. I have been busy porting […]
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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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Amazon Web Services Tools For Visual Studio

Recently I’ve been needing to make a few tweaks to the hosting for my cocktailsrus project. It’s hosted on Amazon EC2, and until now I have been logging on to the Amazon console whenever I need to make changes. That’s not a great hardship, as it is (unsurprisingly) a well constructured and user friendly interface. […]
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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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