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BrowseDotNET: Manage your .NET Solutions and code snippets

BrowseDotNET is an open source ASP.NET MVC Web Application   I created, that can help you manage your computer’s .NET solutions and code samples (programming language indepented) in one place. What does it solve? It’s common sense for developers to have dosens or hundrends of solutions projects in their personal computers with each of them providing a single solution to ...

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Production postmortem – The case of the infected cluster

RavenDB is a critical system for many of our clients, that means that we get our share of “the sky is falling” stories, and we have a team of people we train to be able to diagnose and troubleshoot issues in production. This series of post is about the kind of issues that we run into, how they were resolved, ...

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Automocking fields using NUnit

From time to time I get to teach and mentor Java developers on the fine art of unit testing. There are many similarities when unit testing in Java and .NET but more interesting are the differences between the two. Faking objects in Java using Mockito One of the well-used Java Isolation (Mocking) frameworks is called Mockito which is easy to ...

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Update a dotnet HighCharts Chart every N seconds

Read the post about the HighCharts.net inside an update panel? Some months ago a reader asked me an help on how to automatically update a chart every N seconds. This is the original question. Hi thank you for your sample, really nice to use it ;) but I ve a question, I dont know if you know how to refresh the chart ...

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Web API File Uploading (Desktop and Web client)

File uploading is one of the most common tasks all developers have to deal with, at some point of their application development cycle. For example, Web applications (such as social networks) usually require users to upload a profile picture during registration or in the case of desktop ones, users may required to upload private documents. This post will show you ...

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dotnet HighCharts SpiderWeb

Today I would like to show how to obtain a spiderweb (or spidergraph) chart with the dotnet.Highcharts libraries. First of all let’s create the webform container as usual. Here it is important to import the highcharts-all.js library (an not the highcharts.js). Alternatively we can import the highcharts.js and the highcharts-more.js libraries. <asp:Content ID="Content2" ContentPlaceHolderID="FeaturedContent" runat="server"> <script src="/../Scripts/metro-ui/metro.min.js"></script> <script src="/../Scripts/jquery-2.0.3.min.js" type="text/javascript"></script> <!--------------------------------------------------- NOTE: The ...

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Griffin.Yo – Easy SPA library written in TypeScript

All SPA libraries that I’ve tried have long tutorials to show you have to use and configure them. It’s not unusual that they allow you to structure your application just as you like, which might be great for powerful users, but make it more confusing for newcomers. Here is an introduction to my own library which should be reasonable easy ...

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