Showing posts from November, 2013 MVC4 - Bundling and Minification

    While this article may be very simple and  straightforward,  there are a few concepts here I think are important to note . In my next article will be looking more in depth on the idea of creating a customized Web.config, but for now with this article, I just want to look at activating the bundling and minification feature by using the xml tags inside a MVC's Web.config. This feature is only available i n ASP.NET 4.5  and above. The First Problem With the following inside your Web.config... (transform is with a Captial T.) And with either of the following inside your build config or customized Web.config (I.E. Web.Release.config) This also can be achieved by doing the following...      In both snippets of code you do not need to use the "xdt:Locator" attribute (used only in cases where there are multiples elements of the same name .   What you may not see is that in the Web.config we have the "location" tag

Updating Razor 2.0 to 3.0 with MVC

    Currently updating an application from MVC 4.0 to MVC 5.0 but before I update MVC I wanted to update the Razor package. Since the MVC package is dependent on the Razor. So this article is about Razor 2 to Razor 3 and the problems I faced. Razor in my opinion Razor 3.0 (details in the link) is an awesome package in my opinion and I shudder to think anyone who writes MVC applications using ASPX. For me the Razor syntax is an effective way to write visually clean code and because of this provide very low maintenance. Issues with Razor Updating from 2.0 to 3.0 As I updated I encounter numerous problem with the Razor package from 2.0 to 3.o and not only did it break my application but destroyed the Intellisense for Razor (mostly for ViewBags). So for my first problem... Inheritance security rules violated by type: 'System.Web.WebPages.Razor.WebPageRazorHost'. Derived types must either match the security accessibility of the base type or be less acces

Checkboxes, Radio and Button Inputs

    The purpose of this post is to think out loud and remind myself the types of inputs available for HTML. Three that I most commonly use are the radio, checkboxes and a input type button (not the button tag). Which are the focus of this article since none of them allow me to achieve what I want. The UI I want:      I want to give my users a place to select from a group of item and only select one item as well as give them the option to deselect that option if they change their mind of selecting that set of group. This is how the input  check-boxes but without the grouping like a radio button. So really combining the two (radio and check-boxes) types of input together. You have the look and feel of a check-box but the logic of a radio and the add logic of unselecting from a check-box. There are other types of inputs/UI's that I did not look at but this was just a starting point for my research.  Radio Button     Here is an  Example  of what a radio button does. As you

Sunyit's Project BITS Documentations

The following is a collection of documents that I created solely for myself and colleagues in order to meet standards for implementing a Hadoop cloud service. That said there is a lot of information that is specific for the systems used and customized to only work for those who were apart the project. The objective for Project "Bits" can be found here in this link . All ip addresses have been marked with x's and urls generalized in order to protect the SunyIT network system. I continue to study the systems used here and release the documents in hope that others might take up the project and implement it at his or her's University/College. Back-Bone of Bits Project This is the server BitsGW which features a vpn connection across multiple colleges. Creating VM’s of BitsHP (hadoop machines) to have a scalable new projects. Also providing a LDAP connection service. BitsGW has the following user: afassett, admin BitsHP: Pxe server for machines b

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