Custom View Engine in ASP.NET 5

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This post is about implementing Custom View Engine in ASP.NET 5. Normally ASP.NET MVC looks for view files (*.cshtml), inside Views/Controller folder. If you want to configure it to some other location, you can manage it via custom view engine. Here is the implementation. This read more →

Using jquery ui autocomplete with ASP.NET 5

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This post is about how to use jquery ui autocomplete with ASP.NET 5. Long back I wrote a blog post about using JQuery autocomplete with ASP.NET. Here is the sample action methods, which returns an array of strings – programming languages from JQuery UI autocomplete read more →

How to develop universal apps for IoT device

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This post is about developing apps for your IoT device. In the last post I mentioned about installing and booting Windows IoT core on Raspberry PI 2. In this post we will look into the application development for IoT devices. Prerequisite Visual Studio 2015 IoT read more →

Build your own ASP.NET 5 tag helper

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Few days back I wrote a post on ASP.NET 5 Tag Helpers, this post is about building your own tag helper. As the first step you need to inherit from TagHelper class, which is available in “Microsoft.AspNet.Razor.Runtime.TagHelpers” namespace. TagHelper is an abstract class and contains read more →

Creating ASP.NET 5 Web Application using Yeoman Generator

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In this post we will explore the ASP.NET 5 Yeoman generator. What is Yeoman? Yeoman is a set of tools that facilitates building web applications. To use Yeoman, you need to install nodejs and yo package. So here is the installation steps for ASP.NET 5 read more →

Enabling Cross-Origin Requests in ASP.NET5

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Cross-origin resource sharing (CORS) is a mechanism that allows restricted resources (e.g. fonts, JavaScript, etc.) on a web page to be requested from another domain outside the domain from which the resource originated. “Cross-domain” AJAX requests are forbidden by default because of their ability to read more →