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The High-Governance of No-Framework

With evidence in hand, no-framework is the perfect alternative to frameworks. With a completed and working no-framework application, we can now revisit the arguments made against the no-framework development strategy in Part 1 of the series. Through the use of high governance, no-framework development is not only possible but a desirable development strategy. But what […]

jQuery 3.0 Final Release!

jQuery 3.0 is now released! This version has been in the works since October 2014. We set out to create a slimmer, faster version of jQuery (with backwards compatibility in mind). We’ve removed all of the old IE workarounds and taken advantage of some of the more modern web APIs where it made sense. It […]

Application & Tools: Tools that Will Make a Web Developer’s Life Easier

Today, the world has grown so much and has been so friendly for developers, thousands of tools floating in the market for free, but we need to realize and have them in our bucket whenever required. I will be discussing few important tools, which are handy and work out for every developer. Tools!! FIREBUG The […]

.NET Framework: Generic Repository Pattern in ASP.NET MVC

This article will guide you through creating a small application using generic repository pattern in MVC framework. This article is basically targeted for beginner to intermediate level programmer so that they could at least understand how to develop ASP.NET MVC app. After reading this article you will be in position to understand the followings: Basic concept […]

Design & Architecture: Framework Coupling

Are you using frameworks the right way? Are you using frameworks for business purposes or the other way around? Are your business classes dependent on frameworks? Can I press delete button on your Spring, Guice, Hibernate, JPA dependencies and still be able to test and use your business features? If not, you might have a […]

All Software is Legacy

In what may be judged in years to come as a moment of madness, I have volunteered to be the primary maintainer of the Perl CGI module (CGI.pm). For the non-technical readers of this post: CGI.pm is a few thousand lines of code that in the mid to late nineties, and even some years later, […]

Developers: APIs are crucial to business, but tough to get right

A survey of API developers claims security, customer satisfaction, and speed of deployment are among the biggest challenges APIs matter, big time, and not offering an API deprives your software or service of a crucial audience. But it’s tough to get an API right because of unintegrated tooling, security issues, and the difficulty of iterating […]

ASP.NET: Async Await with Web Forms Over Multiple Postbacks

Support for asynchronous procedures (using async / await) is great in C# and VB languages, and works very well in desktop (WinForms, WPF, console and others) applications. But there are web applications, like based on ASP.NET Web Forms, where support for asynchronous procedures are much less exposed. Microsoft itself states, that support for asynchrony (using […]

Microsoft plans to add containers to Windows client

Microsoft has been public about its plans to add two types of containers to Windows Server 2016. But so far, company officials haven’t talked about plans to bring container support to Windows client. However, adding containers to Windows 10 looks to be in the cards, as a recent Microsoft job posting makes clear. From the […]