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  • Adding a RESTful Service to My Boggle Solver

    This blog post has been deprecated. Please see Updating My Online Boggle Solver Using jQuery Templates and WCF for an updated discussion on the solver service, the data it returns, and how to call it from a web page. My immediate and extended family enjoys playing games, and one of our favorites is Boggle. Boggle is a word game trademarked by ...
    Posted to Scott On Writing.NET (Weblog) by Scott Mitchell on 09-10-2010
  • re: Using the GeneratedImage Control in ASP.NET MVC

    Ron, the caching is handled through the GeneratedImage control and doesn't have anything to do with ASP.NET MVC or ASP.NET Routing. For more on the GeneratedImage control's caching capabilities (which can be performed both server-side and client-side), see: www.4guysfromrolla.com/.../042209-1.aspx
    Posted to Scott On Writing.NET (Weblog) by Scott Mitchell on 08-27-2010
  • Enhancing the Store Locator ASP.NET MVC Application to Include Directions

    Earlier this year I wrote an article on 4GuysFromRolla.com showing how to build an ASP.NET WebForms store locator application using Google Maps. Recently, I ported the store locator application to ASP.NET MVC and detailed building the application in Implementing the Store Locator Application Using ASP.NET MVC. Recently, a reader wrote in and ...
    Posted to Scott On Writing.NET (Weblog) by Scott Mitchell on 08-27-2010
  • I’m Teaching Two Upcoming Training Classes in San Diego

    Once a year (or so) I teach a handful of one-day, four hour classes in San Diego on various ASP.NET topics. Ive got two such classes lined up for Saturday, September 11: Get Started with ASP.NET MVC 8 AM to Noon Traditionally, ASP.NET websites have been designed using the Web Forms model; ASP.NET MVC is an alternative model that uses ...
    Posted to Scott On Writing.NET (Weblog) by Scott Mitchell on 08-19-2010
  • Hot Off the Presses – Teach Yourself ASP.NET 4 in 24 Hours

    Yesterday I received the author copies of my latest book, Teach Yourself ASP.NET 4 in 24 Hours. When signing the author agreement many, many months ago, there is typically a clause that promises the author X copies of the finished book. Getting these author copies is the final chapter in the book writing process there is literally no more work ...
    Posted to Scott On Writing.NET (Weblog) by Scott Mitchell on 08-18-2010
  • Using the GeneratedImage Control in ASP.NET MVC

    One of the free, open-source controls on the ASP.NET teams CodePlex page is the GeneratedImage control. In a nutshell, the GeneratedImage control is a combination of an ASP.NET Web Control and a set of classes that facilitate programmatically creating, serving, caching, and transforming images. If you store images in the database that need to be ...
    Posted to Scott On Writing.NET (Weblog) by Scott Mitchell on 08-13-2010
  • I Am Now Tweeting (Or is it Twittering?)

    Last week I received an email from Srikanth Pragada, a .NET trainer in southern India, asking why I did not have a Twitter account. I had two excuses. First, I am somewhat of a Luddite when it comes to social technologies like cell phones and web apps like LinkedIn, Facebook, etc. Also, I have the knack of verbosity, in that I can - and often do! ...
    Posted to Scott On Writing.NET (Weblog) by Scott Mitchell on 08-09-2010
  • Two Upcoming ASP.NET Local User Group Talks in August

    This month I will be giving two talks to .NET user groups here in San Diego. Take Control of Your Website's URLs with ASP.NET Routing - Tuesday, August 17th at 6:00 PM at the ASP.NET Special Interest Group at the Microsoft Office in UTCDid you know that ASP.NET has a powerful URL routing framework built into it? This talk explores the ASP.NET ...
    Posted to Scott On Writing.NET (Weblog) by Scott Mitchell on 08-04-2010
  • Links to Scott Guthrie's Using LINQ to SQL Tutorials

    Back when Visual Studio 2008 came out, Scott Guthrie wrote an excellent series of blog posts on using LINQ to SQL. Unfortunately, the various installments are not easy to follow when starting from Part 1 and going onward, so I've decided to gather and organize the links here for myself and for anyone else interested in his tutorial. Using LINQ ...
    Posted to Scott On Writing.NET (Weblog) by Scott Mitchell on 07-27-2010
  • A Review of Desktop / Screen Sharing Software

    I work as an independent consultant and trainer. Most of my business involves me meeting with clients (in person or online), discussing their needs, and then building a new application or enhancing an existing one from my own desktop. However, a growing part of my business has been what I call ''online consulting and training,'' which involves me ...
    Posted to Scott On Writing.NET (Weblog) by Scott Mitchell on 07-17-2010
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