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Command-Line into ClickOnce

The company I’m with right now has totally bought into ClickOnce. I’ll admit that before I started working here I’d never heard of it. In theory it seems like a nice idea, and generally it seems to work well, but like a lot of Microsoft products, it’s kind of stagnating. 606 more words

C#

Visual Studio MVC application not getting user identity

The second time in recent succession that I needed to work this out I decided to create a blog post so I will remember next time! 31 more words

Csharp

Opening a PowerShell Prompt at the TargetPath of the Selected Project

When developing an application, I usually spend a lot of time in the command-line. For this, I use PowerShell, that gives me access to all my scripts that I have built over time. 837 more words

Extensions

Custom Tag Helpers with ASP.Net Core & MVC 6

I was playing around with the new tag helper functionality in MVC 6 and decided to put together a quick tutorial on how to create custom tag helpers for your own MVC 6 projects. 54 more words

.Net

How to create a C# project with C++ library?

This post is written with help from many online resources and professional experience.

The main motivation behind using a C++ library for a C# code is code re-usability. 394 more words

General

Adding a Task to Your On-Premise TFS 2015 Server

TFS 2015 embeds previous vNext functionality to provide you workflow-driven, scriptable builds. This is based on establishing discrete tasks that can be reused between your build definitions and release definitions as relevant. 368 more words

Tutorials

Expression Trees

If you’re anything like me, you’re lazy.

I choose a lazy person to do a hard job. Because a lazy person will find an easy way to do it.

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C#