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Getting started with ASP.NET MVC 5

After this relatively short introduction, we will say enough of theory and let’s get our hands dirty with some code.

Today, I will teach you the basics of building an ASP.NET MVC 5 web app and for this purpose, I’ll be using Microsoft Visual Studio 2015 Update 3. 653 more words


My review of official Kotlin shift for Android

Google has recently announced, that it is going to remove all sort of “expected ‘;’” errors from Android Studio in their next major update for Android Studio, in version 3. 1,655 more words


Experimenting with C# 7's new features

Last year, I worked out and actually wrote about C# 6’s features, in a way that it would be easy to understand how they were actually created so that we can easily get a good understanding of the C# language, as it is evolving. 4,159 more words


Visual Studio 2017 - Run To Click

Visual Studio 2017 has provided several key improvements in Debugging experience. One of them is called “Run To Click”. “Run to cursor” has been a familiar experience for all developers for many years. 305 more words


Blogging and Programmer’s career

Hello internet!

Today, I’ll take a break from my ASP.NET MVC journey and talk about an activity that has become very important in today’s programming careers. 484 more words


Another Twig Ternary Example


Previously in my Simplified Web Development with JSON and the Twig Ternary Operator, I had used JSON that had boolean values. Recently I’ve created another form that has a survey with checkboxes and I stored the JSON with string values instead. 449 more words


Introduction to ASP.NET MVC (Part three)

Hello internet,

Today we will wrap up our introduction by implementing its last section about ASP.NET MVC 5 and its features.


There were two main reasons behind ASP.NET MVC 5 release. 611 more words