In this four-part series, Brij Bhushan Mishra explains what Claims Based Authentication is, its benefits and lot more.
Bipin Joshi discusses the basics of using Data annotation attributes in an ASP.NET MVC application to perform validations at the model level.
The debate is still raging but, in summary, there are two reasons why using jQuery is a good idea.
Do You Really Need jQuery? Sometimes — especially if you want to support IE6/7/8 using jQuery 1.x. However, modern browser APIs now provide much of the functionality we take for granted in jQuery. In this article, Craig Buckler looks at methods related to CSS.
There is a misconception about Agile that the team is so focused on development that there is no time to think about how to solve complex problems. The reality couldn’t be more different.
When we work with ASP.NET MVC, we find some default folders (view, model, controller, and some more), but if the application is big, it is complicated to maintain a structure logic for the files and modules for the site. To solve this problem, ASP.NET MVC provides a powerful feature called areas, with areas it is possible to “isolate” the modules of your site.
This article provides a tutorial on the Service Locator pattern with a sample implementation of a service locator which uses activators to create local or remote services, and discoverers to discover services at run-time.