Thoughts from the Wet Coast

The musings of an ASP.NET Developer from Canada's We(s)t Coast

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Browser based JavaScript code is all about manipulating the browser’s DOM. 

Up until a few years ago, at DNN Corp we had primarily been using jQuery to do that manipulation.  Don’t get me wrong jQuery is an awesome framework, but jQuery directly manipulates the DOM  -  there is no concept of working with models/objects in jQuery – i.e. separating your presentation aspects from your other logic.

Mar 21 2015

Welcome to a new series on the latest version of ASP.NET – currently being called ASP.NET vNext (or ASP.NET 5).  Microsoft has been working on this latest version of ASP.NET for just over a year and last month they released a Beta 1 preview of the code and tooling as part of the Visual Studio 2015 Preview.

Nov 28 2014

In my investigation of the Neo4j database I will now turn my attention to the Neo4j browser.  

Once Neo4j is installed there will be a small executable that can be used to start the Neo4j database server.

 
Oct 29 2014

In this blog post I am going to return to my investigation of the graph database Neo4j.  So far I have done a brief introduction to Neo 4j and I have shown how easy it is to install Neo 4j in an Azure VM.

Oct 28 2014





In a previous article in this series of blog posts, I described the different Test Doubles that can be used when unit testing your application.

Oct 20 2014

One of the tenets of Unit Testing is that in order to test a piece of code we often need to create some alternate implementation of one or more of the Interfaces involved in a test.  This concept is generally called a Test Double.  However there are many types of Test Double, and there is some degree of confusion about the types of doubles used.

Oct 18 2014

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