- NuGet 2.5 Release Candidate – The NuGet Team announce the release of the release candidate of NuGet 2.5, with a planned actual release by the end of April, so the team are especially interested in you testing the new release before then. This release marks a major update, with over 160 work items in the release, and features including allowing file overwrites, Update All, Minimum NuGet Version, and much more
- NCLDR 0.0.0.7-Alpha Release Notes – Guy Smith Ferrier announces the release of an updated alpha release of NCLDR, and open source port of CLDR (Common Locale Data Repository) to .NET, which provides a much richer source of localisation information han that in the .NET Framework Core.
- Using the Windows Azure SDK for Node.js to create a Table Service Explorer – Jeff Wilcox takes a look at the Windows Azure SDK for Node.js, and walks through its use to create a Table Service Explorer application which allows you to view and manipulate data in table storage
- A Beginner’s Tutorial on Validating Model Data and Unobtrusive Client side Validation in ASP.NET MVC & A Beginner’s Tutorial for Understanding Filters and Attributes in ASP.NET MVC – Rahul Rajat Singh shares a look at the application of validation to data models, and a look at the role of Filters and Attributes in ASP.NET MVC. Rahul has been busy publishing a number of articles on MVC, so check out his profile on CodeProject for some more good articles.
- WebAPI: Getting Headers, QueryString and Cookie Values – Rick Strahl shares some helper extension methods to improve the API for accessing Query String, Cookies and HTTP Headers in ASP.NET Web API Code
- Thoughts On Going Mobile With An Existing Web Site – K. Scott Allen takes a look at the decisions to make when choosing a direction for mobile support for an existing website, sharing a decision tree, and discussing some of the alternatives.
- Tech.Days Online is back and this time it’s bigger and better than ever before! 24th – 26th April 2013 – Lee Stott highlights this year’s TechDays Online events, taking place 24-26th April, sharing a packed three day agenda with sessions to suit all interests
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