CSLA and ASP.NET Core
I am a fan of CSLA and I recently came accross a need to make a shiny CSLA business layer work nicely within the context of an ASP.NET Core application. This post is aimed at CSLA developers with a similar need. As of the current release, there are a few things that you will need to take care of in order to get CSLA working smoothly, and I will cover those in this post.
ASPNET Core TagHelper's - A Better @addTagHelper type resolver
This is about TagHelper's in ASP.NET Core, and how to get more flexible
ASP.NET 5 Projects - NuGet-NPM-Gulp-Bower-Jspm-Aurelia-Part2
This post is part two of a series. For part one see here
In part 1 of this series we created a shiny new ASP.NET 5 project, and I introduced some fundamentals.
ASP.NET 5 Projects - NuGet-NPM-Gulp-Bower-Jspm-Aurelia
This post is part 1 of a series. Part 2 is here
When you create a new ASP.NET 5 project, you will see all sorts of new-ness. I am going to guide you, the uninitiated ASP.NET 5 web developer, through creating your first ASP.NET 5 MVC application, but we won't stop there. In the next post of this series, we will then enhance the project with a number of features:
In addition, I will touch upon important tooling that you need to be aware of:
To be able to do all of this, we will be creating an ASP.NET MVC 5 project, and then we will be using Aurelia to run an Aurelia application on Home page (Index.cshtml)
ASP.NET 5 (vNext) Projects - Your NuGet Package May Fail to Install Correctly
Over the past year or so, I have authored a number of NuGet packages - because, well... I am just an all around great guy.
Recently, I was contacted by someone who was trying to use one of my NuGet packages with an ASP.NET vNext project (Preview release). Not something I have tried before - and this is where things get a little interesting.