Category: .NET

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An MVC-Knockout-TypeScript-Webpack Starter project

Are you considering using KnockoutJS with TypeScript and Webpack for a single page application in an ASP.NET MVC context? Then this starter project is for you. Recently I worked on a relatively complex single page app with KnockoutJS and TypeScript. The result of what I’ve learned during this project is...

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Microsoft Tech Days 2016 Indivirtual verslag

Dit jaar zijn er maar liefst zeven collega’s van Indivirtual naar de Microsoft Tech Days geweest, die dit jaar niet in Den Haag, maar in de Amsterdam RAI, werd gehouden op 4 en 5 oktober. Om niet iedereen een verschillende blogpost te laten maken hebben we ze gevraagd om allemaal...

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TryParse considered harmful….. sometimes.

It’s a common enough wisdom in programming that you should never catch an exception that you can’t handle. The reasons for this are well-known. The exception might be indicating that your system is unable to function correctly, and having your own code continue regardless is a recipe for disaster. There...

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Umbraco 7.3+ and OAuth 2.0

This document details how to set up Umbraco 7.3+ with OAuth 2.0.  Before we can start we need to set up our project: Start with a new MVC5 project. Add Umbraco 7.3 or higher to the project. Run the project and set up Umbraco. Create a Google app on the...

The Razor Mediator for Tridion 0

The Razor Mediator for Tridion – in practice

In this article, I’m going to tell you about how we used the Razor mediator for Tridion to achieve cleaner and more maintainable templating on a recent project for one of Indivirtual’s customers. This is a useful technique, which will be attractive to many Tridion developers. How does that fit...

Nifty .NET Introduction (Update) 0

Nifty .NET Introduction (Update)

This is an start of a new blog series called: “Nifty .NET”. In this series I will blog about all the nifty .NET things, like classes, methods, configurations, etc. Maybe you already know, maybe not, but I want to remind you about the nifty things .NET has, so at the...