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Archive for February, 2014

February 25, 2014

AngularJS in Visual Studio: Filters

Filed under: AngularJS,Visual Studio @ 7:04 pm

This is a continuation of the World’s Simplest AngularJS Example in Visual Studio post. This post adds simple filters to the example. AngularJS has specialized filter components for: Filtering an array by specific criteria (filter) Limiting an array to a specific number of items (limitTo) Ordering an array by an expression predicate (orderBy) Formatting currency […]

February 18, 2014

The World’s Simplest AngularJS Example in Visual Studio

Filed under: AngularJS,Visual Studio @ 7:11 pm

AngularJS is a new client-side framework for building rich Web applications using HTML and JavaScript. Instead of starting with "this is everything it does", I thought I would start with a simple step-by-step example. This example is the world’s simplest Angular application. By starting simple, we can build on the concepts one by one. 1) […]

I’m Looking for a .NET Project

Filed under: C#,VB.NET,Visual Studio @ 2:16 pm

I recently completed a .NET project for a client I had been working with since November of 2009 … over 4 years. It was great fun to help them build their system: client Point of Sale, Silverlight (MVVM/XAML) management package, Web API/JQuery customer facing application, WinForms support tool, over 2100 automated code tests and all […]

February 17, 2014

Technical Debt of Using Code Behind

Filed under: C#,VB.NET,Visual Studio @ 6:25 pm

I recently wrote a post entitled "Why Use Code Behind?". It outlined several reasons why .NET developers use code behind for the logic of their C# or VB.NET applications, not just for UI management. This post looks at the down side of using code behind for application logic … in two words: Technical Debt. From […]

February 12, 2014

My Latest Course Went Live Today!

I am happy to announce that my latest Pluralsight course: "Visual Studio Data Tools for Developers" went live today! As C# or VB.NET developers, we often need to work with a database. This course covers how to: Use the many SQL Server Data Tools (SSDT) in Visual Studio Manage SQL Server databases with Visual Studio […]

February 11, 2014

Why Use Code Behind?

Filed under: C#,VB.NET,Visual Studio @ 2:36 pm

There are many .NET developers across the full range of skill levels that are using code behind for the logic of their C# or VB.NET applications, not just for UI management. This post looks at the possible reasons for this. It would be great to get your thoughts on this topic. (Use the comments section […]

Deploying a DACPAC with DacFx API

There are several different tools that you, the DBA, or another individual can use to deploy a DACPAC as defined in this prior post. This current post details how to deploy a DACPAC using the DacFx API. The DacFx API is a set of classes that you can use in your code to perform operations […]

February 10, 2014

Deploying a DACPAC with PowerShell

There are several different tools that you, the DBA, or another individual can use to deploy a DACPAC as defined in this prior post. This current post details how to deploy a DACPAC using Windows PowerShell. Windows PowerShell is a task automation and configuration management framework that aids in performing Windows administrative tasks. Here is […]

February 7, 2014

Deploying a DACPAC with SqlPackage

There are several different tools that you, the DBA, or another individual can use to deploy a DACPAC as defined in this prior post. This current post details how to deploy a DACPAC using SqlPackage. SqlPackage is a command line utility that automates DACPAC operations, including publishing a DACPAC to a target database. On my […]

Deploying a DACPAC with SQL Server Management Studio

There are several different tools that you, the DBA, or another individual can use to deploy a DACPAC as defined in this prior post. This current post details how to deploy a DACPAC using SQL Server Management Studio. Many DBA’s are more comfortable using SQL Server Management Studio. So if the developers provide a DBA […]

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