Visual Studio 2015 Update 3 with a mixture of improvements and support. Microsoft have said to have concentrated on reducing the high memory consumption which in turn sometimes affected performance. But there’s plenty more too.
The LINQ where clause is easy to use but sometimes there is confusion of how to create an expression with more than one condition. Here’s a quick overview.
If you are unsure of the power of LINQ and lambda expressions, look at this quick example.
Sometimes when you are developing an application you need to have a set of test data to run the system but you may not have the database in place, or you need the data to be the same each time you run the test. Here’s an example how to do this. In this example we… Read More »
ASP.NET MVC (Razor) has some great features and the Html Helpers take care of a lot of the coding for you. But sometimes I just want to do a simple dropdown, like: <select> <option value=”1″ selected=”selected”>1</option> <option value=”2″>2</option> <option value=”3″>3</option> </select> It’s nice to use a Helper; I can pass the selected value (or even… Read More »
The CKEditor is a widely used full-function HTML WYSIWYG editor, downloaded almost 10 million times. There is a version specially for ASP.NET which you can download from ckeditor.com/download. It’s very powerful, customizable and is used with many other languages too. Once you get the code, follow the instructions and reference CKEditor in your project. In… Read More »