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ASP.NET MVC 4 Razor Starter Guide – How to avoid punching your Laptop to Death

Hello and welcome to my seocond blog post for LessThanDot (I think) and in this post I will discuss how to setup a working ASP.NET MVC 4 (with Razor) project using the Empty Template.
That’s right, a blank project, I didn’t want the templates doing the…

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ASP.NET MVC project with Modal dialogs and Flexigrid

In the last few months I started working on my first ASP.NET MVC project. I already had a Visual FoxPro application I wrote in a few days and I wanted to replicate it for the Web using ASP.NET MVC. This project is still in its infancy, but I want to sha…

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SquishIt and Nancy

Everybody’s favorite LTD blogger / Belgian tweeter Chris asked me last week how he could get SquishIt working with the Nancy web framework. I had to admit, I had no idea. But couldn’t imagine it would be that much more difficult than making it work wi…

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Preprocessor Extensibility in SquishIt 0.9

For the past couple years, .net developers have been embracing various content preprocessors as they become more accessible. For the same couple of years, we’ve been trying to keep up. The dotLess port of the popular .less CSS extension has been getti…

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Handling Unauthenticated AJAX Requests

A common pattern that I use in creating ajaxy applications is to return a small HTML fragment from the request, and then inject this fragment into the DOM in the callback executed after a successful request. This tends to be a bit simpler than returnin…

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Firefox heading for 15% market share?

I decided to take a look at my Has FireFox lost its Mojo, are FireFox user jumping ship to Chrome? post to compare the browser stats. In that post I wrote the following

So what will happen to FireFox will they ever pass 25% or is this a downward spi…

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Google realizes that JavaScript is a dead end programming language, to be replaced by Dart a new language

All the way back in 2010 Google realized that JavaScript is a dead end programming language.

Here is what was posted on the com.googlegroups.google-caja-discuss list

Javascript has fundamental flaws that cannot be fixed merely by evolving the
lan…

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What Does a Web Developer Need To Know

What is a web developer? Recently I was involved in a discussion about the skills a web developer is expected to have and how interesting it has been to watch common bad practices (like table layout and SQL injection) continue to spread. So in the nature of Denis’s What does a SQL Server developer need to know? post, I present the web developer breakdown.

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HTML5 Support for the Visual Studio 2010 Editor available for download

The first Web Standards Update for Visual Studio 2010 SP1 is available for download, you can get it here: http://visualstudiogallery.msdn.microsoft.com/a15c3ce9-f58f-42b7-8668-53f6cdc2cd83

We just released the first Web Standards Update for Visual St…

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Bing, Google and Yahoo! announce Schema.org

Bing, Google and Yahoo! have announced Schema.org

Here is the info

Today we’re announcing schema.org, a new initiative from Yahoo!, Bing, and Google, to create and support a common set of schemas for structured data markup on web pages. With sch…

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