Enable ASP.NET 4.5 On Windows 10 or Windows 8/8.1
By default IIS and ASP.NET aren’t configured as part of a Windows setup (for obvious reasons) so developers are used to having to register IIS [...]
View IISEXpress Hosted Sites On Your Local Network
This is a useful little tidbit of knowledge to have.  Suppose you can browse to your new spanky site using IISExpress at http://localhost:54275/ … [...]
Upgrading MVC4 to MVC5 and WebAPI1 to WebAPI2 – MEF – DotNetOpenAuth
Originally Written 20 June 2014 So, if you have found this blog post as you are going through this process and have hit numerous brick walls I’m [...]
Wrapping HttpClient
I’ve been recently revisiting a WebAPI client implementation that uses DotNetOpenAuth for authorising calls to an OAuth 2.0 protected WebAPI.  So I [...]
Compile Time Checking for MVC Views
One advantage of MVC Razor could also be deemed a disadvantage.  No comile time checking of views.  I personally love the dynamic nature of build the Razor [...]
MVC Deployment – JavaScript – ReferenceError is not defined …
This had me stumped for a moment. All the Javascript was there (linkable from bundle links in the page source), all the files were there, everything worked [...]
MVC – Display Version Number in Your UI
If you ever want to display the version of your app in the UI (useful in development with lots of environments) you can do the following. In your [...]
Using HttpClient to Send Dates in URL Using AttributeRouting
After doing a lot of reading it appears that it is possible to do what I was attempting to do but it requires relaxing a lot of useful security measures in [...]
C# Query String Builder
Here is a nice little extension method for building your query strings in C#