The Web Tools 2012.2 update has been released. You can download it here. This update is related to the tooling only i.e. Visual Studio and has no impact on the ASP.NET runtime. In … Continue reading Web Tools 2012.2 – Update Your Visual Studio – Listen to the Two Scotts
Last week we covered doing time lapse photography with jQuery-WebCam. This time I want to highlight some stuff that’s built into HTML 5. HTML 5 gives you built in access to devices. There … Continue reading HTML 5 WebCam Love
Let me start off by saying we wont be using this to create a Tom Lowe masterpiece. Nonetheless, TimeLapse photography is pretty cool. For those not familiar with timelapse, video … Continue reading jQuery + WebCam = Time Lapse
It’s really simple. If you can’t contact your users, you have a problem. For better or worse, your primary way of staying in contact with your users is still an … Continue reading Validating Your Users Email Addresses
If you are anything like me, watching the Presidential Debates was an exercise in not being distracted by the “dial-o-meter” at the bottom of the screen. Since the two biggest … Continue reading A Presidential WebSockets Project
Team Foundation Server 2012 and Visual Studio 2012 have been released, so I thought it was time for a new “getting started” video. We support TFS 2012 in both our … Continue reading TFS 2012 Getting Started Video
This is the blog post you have been waiting for. Well, maybe not, but its the blog post I look forward to writing. If you are an ASP.NET developer, this … Continue reading ASP.NET 4.5 beta is finally here!
A common question that is often asked is how to auto-magically redirect HTTP requests for your web sites to HTTPS. Simply put, if someone types “http://www.yoursite.com” how can you redirect … Continue reading Redirecting HTTP requests to HTTPS