Malcolm Sheridan is a Microsoft awarded MVP in ASP.NET, ASPInsider, Telerik Insider and a regular presenter at conferences and user groups throughout Australia and New Zealand. Follow him on twitter @malcolmsheridan.
Combining CoffeeScript with ASP.NET
Combining LESS with ASP.NET
Everyone knows how cool LESS is. If you’re not, then here’s the elevator speech. LESS extends CSS with dynamic behavious such as variables, mixins, namespaces and functions, it makes CSS easy to work with. Now, it’s important to remember it doesn’t code your CSS for you – it isn’t a magic CSS editor. You still […]
ASP.NET 4.5 Bundling and Minification Update
Recently I wrote an article on the new bundling and minification features in ASP.NET 4.5. Out of the box, you get bundling and minifincation without really needing to do anything. If you missed it you can find it here. Since that article, there have been some changes to ASP.NET 4.5. Previously you needed to manually […]
ASP.NET MVC 4 – Web API
A beta version of ASP.NET 4 has just been released, and ASP Aficionado Malcolm Sheridan is here to take us through one of the fantastic new features, the Web API Framework.
ASP.NET 4.5 Strongly Typed Data Controls & Model Binding
Continuing his exploration of ASP.NET 4.5, Malcolm Sheridan looks at the new strongly typed data controls that make error prevention and catching much easier.
ASP.NET 4.5 Bundling and Minification Support
In ASP.NET 4.5, bundling and minification come out-of-the-box, significantly enhancing website performance by reducing the number of HTTP requests. Malcolm Sheridan explains.
ASP.NET MVC 4 Developer Preview: Enhanced Default Templates
Malcolm Sheridan continues his ASP.NET MVC 4 Developer Preview series with a look at how the improved default templates play on mobile devices.
ASP.NET MVC 4 Developer Preview: Display Modes
This is the second article focusing on the new additions to ASP.NET MVC 4. Today’s article will focus on using Display Modes. This selects a view depending on the browser making the request, which means you can target specific devices and give the user a truly rich experience. Before getting started, you should read the […]
ASP.NET MVC 4 Developer Preview: What’s New
In a new series, Malcolm Sheridan takes a look at some of the framework’s new features, starting with task support for asynchronous controllers.
Diving Deeper into HTML5 Offline Browsing
Malcolm Sheridan follows up his recent article on offline caching with HTML5 by going into a bit more detail about the practical considerations.