kmon! ASP.NET 5 Where are my changes?

One of the new features in Visual Studio 2015 for ASP.NET 5 is an agile development environment. What that means is now when you makes changes to your code, there is no need to re-compile to see the changes in the browser. Visual Studio uses the Roslyn compiler to…

ASP.NET vNext Project Creation using Yeoman

Developing ASP.NET 5 applications using Visual Studio 2015 gives you a rich IDE experience, however now with ASP.NET now being cross platform that development IDE is not afforded to us on a Mac. Checkout this post Develop ASP.NET vNext Applications on a Mac for getting started. Using…

Azure Mobile Services .NET Backend Tips

I've been working with Azure Mobile Services since it was released and until recently only the JavaScript backend was available, built using node.js. Although it is very mature with many options, the community was pressuring for a .NET option and now it is available. Modeled much like a standard…

ASP.NET Presentations at DEVIntersection

Had a great time presenting Async Application Development and the Social Authentication options available in ASP.NET this week at DevIntersection. Building Async Applications in ASP.NET Async has become much easier over time to code and maintain with the async/await keywords and adding the capabilities in WebForms applications…

DEVIntersection: 3 Days of ASP.NET, Azure, SQL & More!

Come out to DEVIntersection April 13-16 at the JW Marriott in Orlando to get a chance to interact with a number of community experts such as Scott Guthrie, Scott Hanselman, Douglas Crockford and many more.I'll be giving two talks in the ASP.NET track:AS12: Building Asynchronous ASP.NET…