Sending these emails can often be a bottleneck in your workflow and cause the application to stall temporarily whilst the STMP client is instantiated, the email is generated and sent, then confirmation is returned. I will discuss a better way to do this within an MVC application.
How do you stop ASP.Net Validation controls taking up precious space in the DOM when there are no errors? Don’t create complex classes and overrides. Just tweak the validation control code and some easy CSS.
Make your ASP.Net controls reference each other without having to bundle them all inside the same container. Simply use the $ sign to separate the Control Ids. See how here.
The “anonymous” nature of placeholders in the String.Format method can make it confusing. Find out how to use named string placeholders in your code.
The native ASP.Net Membership provider has MVC attributes that we can use to decorate Actions and set permissions. But you may want to extend this security so this article will describe how you can do that.
We have all encountered the situation where we want to show user information on a form. Most people have a FirstName and a LastName (unless you’re Prince or Bono). Here is a way to quickly and easily concatenate MVC ViewModel fields without having to use String.Format.
ASP.Net validation is very useful and allows developers to ensure data is correct before it gets sent to a data store. I would like to explain some best practices and suggestions for you when implementing ASP.Net validation.
I’ve recently been working with the Kendo UI Core grid and thought I would share some of the things that I did to make my grids flexible and UX friendly.
I recently wrote an asynchronous pipeline for my MVC view which displayed a list of users. I wanted to modify each user without a page refresh. This is how I did it.