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For some of you this will be too much explanation, or too many pictures; but not everyone is at the same level. I’ve broken this down into two major parts. First, there is creation which will have the same steps regardless of whether you are deploying .Net or Java. Then we will talk about deployment, using Visual Studio and then using FTP. At the end ......

More of a note to myself, but it may help someone else out too.Been brushing up on EF lately, and as such the Pluralsight courses I've been going through use LocalDB with Entity Framework. Of course, I'd rather use my local default instance of SQL Server. So I had to change a couple of things within app.config, underlined below. <?xml version="1.0" ......

Technically, this is two topics and not one. But I happened to run into both today while transposing a project I wrote in Java to ASP.Net MVC and while easy to solve, did cause a bit of frustration.Topic #1: Static JSON FilesI work with a HTML/JavaScript product that requires an XMLfile for configuration, which in turn points to another XML file and ......

The first question any person would ask me is "Why are you still using ActiveX controls in 2015? That's so 2003!" That question, or rather veiled criticism, is never helpful to a developer asking for help. The simple answer is, sometimes you don't have a choice in the technologies you get to interact with. Let's start with this: I'm primarily a web ......

One of those things I always have to Google, even though I know it's in System.Reflection. Assembly[] assemblies = AppDomain.CurrentDomain.Get... a in assemblies){ String assemblyFileVersion = a.GetCustomAttributes(typeo... false).Cast<AssemblyFile... String ......

Never used FiddlerScript, nor had any real use for it today. But now I see some nice possibilities.I just finished installing Win 10 and all my software, when I saw this "feature" occur once I turned Fiddler on.https://www.google.com/u... ......

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