Want to increase your coding efficiency and write code that’s not like spaghetti? Here are 23 software design patterns that are sure to help.
One of the things I like about Linux (aside from it being free), is that you can deploy a website using SSH rather than FTP. This is more secure because SSH uses encryption and a single port. In this post, I will show you how to deploy an ASP.NET Core website using Git and a Post Receive hook.
With the release of .NET Core and ASP.NET Core it’s now possible to run modern web applications written in C# on Linux. In this post, I will show you how to configure a Ubuntu server to run an ASP.NET Core site in production.
The Edimax Wireless nano USB Adapter is a common adapter and works well with Raspbian. However, it doesn’t work with the base install of Windows IoT Core. Here’s how to get it working.
Most content management systems automatically convert your post title into a slug which forms the part of a URL used to locate the post. Here’s how to do it in C#
Are you sick of WYSIWYG editors like TinyMCE and CKEditor destroying the layout of your website?
How good would it be if you could copy and paste from Word without the spaghetti HTML that’s injected into your markup.
The whole purpose of a WYSIWYG editor is to make writing content for the web easier for people that don’t have any experience with HTML. In my experience, however, all it does is create more support calls and a splitting headache.
This is where Markdown comes to the rescue.