File Path On Footer Extension updated to work with 11 Themes. Read More…
Supported themes are,
Dark With Light Editor
Light With Dark Editor
This lightweight extension lets you display the full path of the file at bottom of Visual Studio’s Editor. Click Ctrl+Clcik to Open Containing Folder, Right click to Copy Full Path. Read More…
The reason behind this compile time error was the RenderPartial() call renders its result directly to the response object and cannot be used like a simple string result.
To resolve the issue, all you have to do is enclose the call in a code block.
A few weeks ago, microsoft announced ASP.NET vNext and plans for the future of .NET on the server. ASP.NET vNext is designed for both cloud and server, offering SxS installation options and significantly enhanced developer productivity, through a modular and highly configurable framework and web stack.
ASP.NET vNext is a lean and composable framework for building web and cloud applications. ASP.NET vNext is fully open source and available on GitHub. ASP.NET vNext is currently in preview. Using ASP.NET vNext you will be able to compile C# 6 and VB with the Roslyn compilers, host ASP.NET vNext apps on the server or cloud, compile your Windows Store apps with the .NET Native ahead of time compiler, and enjoy faster desktop and server apps with the Next Generation JIT.
ASP.NET vNext includes updated versions of MVC, Web API, Web Pages, SignalR and EF. The key improvement with these frameworks is that MVC, Web API and Web Pages have been merged into a single programming model. ASP.NET vNext is an open source project released under Apache License Version 2.0 by Microsoft Open Technologies, Inc. You can follow its progress and find instructions on how to contribute on https://github.com/aspnet .
To learn more about the ASP.NET vNext announcements, check below links:
Some hours back , the Visual Studio “14” CTP was released. An early preview of the next version of Visual Studio. You can find the Visual Studio and .NET release announcements on Soma’s blog. You can find a complete list of new features in the Visual Studio “14” CTP knowledge base article.
This Visual Studio “14” CTP brings together several new technologies that we recently announced including:
CTPs provide early adopters with an opportunity to try out the new and improved product features, and the ability to share feedback with the product team.
Note, Visual Studio side by side support is not available on this early build. Do not install this CTP on a machine with any other version of Visual Studio installed.
There was a common question from all the corners, as a .NET developer what would be the project template that you are going to use for your web application. The answer would simply WebForms if the question was raised prior to the introduction of ASP.NET MVC.
Since the release of the ASP.NET MVC Framework in 2009, the developers had a major choice to make when starting up a new project: Web Forms or MVC?
What if I want to use both? What if a third choice comes along like Web API, SignalR ?
Microsoft has finally brought these components all together, and the result is One ASP.NET.
One ASP.NET helps in Unified Dialog and made the web app to use Web Forms , Web API, MVC together, and also came with some cool Scaffolding features etc.
Starting with Visual Studio 2013, there is now only one web project type in Visual Studio.
If you look closely, you’ll see a new set of check-boxes which will allow you to include the folders and core references for other technologies outside of the major one that you selected.
As per your project template and checkbox selection all the necessary configuration and directories will be done for you automatically. Now when you attempt to add a new item to your project, the options lists just about everything you could think of.
You might be interested in video “Introducing One ASP.NET” by Scott Hunter.
ASP.NET MVC is a web application development framework built on top of Microsoft’s .NET Framework. ASP.NET MVC framework is a lightweight, highly testable presentation framework that is integrated with existing ASP.NET features.
Here I’m listing down the ASP.NET MVC versions and its release dates,
Let us see the stable ASP.NET MVC versions and its supported Visual Studio versions ( and .NET Frameworks ) together,
ASP.NET MVC 1 – Visual Studio 2008 and Visual Studio 2008 Service Pack 1 (.NET Framework 3.5)
ASP.NET MVC 2 – Visual Studio 2008 and 2010 (.NET Framework 3.5, 4.0)
ASP.NET MVC 3 – Visual Studio 2010 (.NET Framework 4.0)
ASP.NET MVC 4 – Visual Studio 2010 Service Pack 1 and Visual Studio 2012 (.NET Framework 4.0, 4.5)
ASP.NETMVC 5 – Visual Studio 2013 (.NET Framework 4.5, 4.5.1)