One of the biggest problems in designing applications is the conversion from how the business talks about the business to how the developers think about coding it. Domain-driven design has a solution.
Office 365 platforms keep getting better with every update, and now the Office 365 API for Visual Studio provides a great way to interact with Office 365 resources.
- By Malin De Silva
Adam's employer was able to reclaim the company URL from a cyber squatter. Now it should be easy to make sure its site resolves to the new name, right?
Clean up your Razor views with the new tag helpers in ASP.NET MVC 6.
Partial Views can make creating Single-Page Applications dramatically easier by better achieving the goals of the MVC design pattern. Here, in TypeScript, is how to leverage Partial Pages to create an AJAX-enabled application in ASP.NET MVC.
Visual Studio developers can use a number of Web Essentials features to speed up Web development.
The ListView in Xamarin.Forms has a lot of options, and the ability to use a custom cell is one of the more useful features.
- By Wallace McClure
A View without any code is probably impossible in any real-world application. But, by leveraging Partial Views, you can still separate your View-related code from your HTML.
Let's explore mini-batch training, the third among a variety of back-propagation algorithms you can use for training a neural network.
- By James McCaffrey
Now that Visual Studio 2015 is upon us, here's a brief overview of the capabilities of the .NET Compiler Platform.
Domain-Driven Design claims that it provides a strategy for building applications that will grow and evolve over time without collapsing under their own complexity. It does that by upsetting some conventional wisdom.
You lose some functionality with the default editor in Visual Studio 2013. Here's how to quickly switch back and get the functionality you were used to.
Performance optimization may be the root of all evil, but these tools simplify the process of wringing the best performance out of your code.
- By Terrence Dorsey
In a DevDisasters reversal, Dave's meticulous attention to detail that points out the numerous issues in code that made it to a production system was enough to earn him a role at the company.
You've moved your ASP.NET MVC application into production and all of your lovely AJAX calls have started failing. The solution is to ensure the URLs you're using in your AJAX calls are absolutely correct.
In TypeScript 1.4, you get type-safe support even when you may be working with multiple types, better type checking when inferring types and aliases for type definitions.
Xamarin Forms makes the hard work of navigation in apps from device to device a much simpler developer proposition. Here's what I've learned so far.
- By Wallace McClure
How to unit test view model validation, focusing on the controller when the model is bound to a controller action.