You may already know that, due to its lightweight architecture, ASP.NET MVC makes it simple to get a website up and running. But another advantage to such a manageable framework is how simple it is to implement any necessary component with just the bare minimum functionality. One such requirement is the need to enforce Forms […]
Today I had an opportunity to travel back in time all the way to 2005 and work with the classic ADO.NET classes in .NET. Needless to say, I’d forgotten everything about it… The end goal was to create a control that can connect to different databases, even different types of databases, and execute the same […]
When binding in ASP.NET with the XmlDataSource, you can easily use Eval(“”) to bind to the node properties. However, I couldn’t for the life of me figure out how to bind the actual node inner value.
This post is part of a series exploring my migration from Sitefinity 3 to 4.4. Some of this information may become obsolete as newer versions are released. Always watch the official Sitefinity website for the latest info. As part of the migration of my website from Sitefinity 3, I updated both the Url format for […]
One of the biggest annoyances in ASP.NET is the way it adds CSS files to your <head> element of your pages. It insists on adding them to the end, offering you no way to add your own custom styles that override the theme unless you go down the line and add !important to each element. […]