Hi all. Sometimes you need to get user profile photo from facebook in your web application, it can be “Create User” or “Edit User” pages etc. So, let’s create dummy “Create User” page and try it out!
First of all, we need to add our web application to the Facebook. Continue reading “ASP.NET MVC: Get user photo from Facebook” »
In this article I would like to tell you what the difference between these patterns. Let’s start with the first main one – Model-View-Controller – it is a fundamental pattern that applies in the many technologies and every day makes easier life for programmers. If you ask software Architects about “How to implement this pattern”, I think you will get a couple of different answers and respectively a couple of solutions. Basically, there is one common thing in these patterns – is separation of User Interface (UI) from business logic, it allows do work for front-end developers not thinking about program code. If you remember school or university programming, it was a huge bunch of lines of code, written in code behind (for instance) of .aspx files, that’s not a good practice.
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In this article I will not describe of what the knockout is and etc. because about knockout there are many information in web, for instance here and here Steve Sanderson explaining of how to use this framework in ASP.NET Web API application. The goal of this one is to show pure code and Continue reading “ASP.NET Web API: Knockout JS – Simple example of GET, POST, PUT and DELETE” »
Hi, in this article I’m going to show how to use jQuery File Upload widget in the ASP.NET MVC application, it will be just a very simple example. Current functionality was tested in the FireFox, Google Chrome, Safari and IE 7,8,9,10
First of all let’s include all needed .js libraries: Continue reading “ASP.NET MVC: Simple example of ajax file upload using jQuery” »
Current post is related with sitecore upgrade to the 6.5 version. So, after update I’ve noticed that with Sample Workflow something is going wrong, and it does not work. Items are creating without proper workflow state even after I set it explicitly through behind code like this: Continue reading “Sitecore workflow works with glitches” »
First of all, want to say that in the created by default ASP.NET MVC 4.5 application we already have ability for simply enabling of integration with differences social networks. Let’s create not empty ASP.NET MVC 4.5 application, and enable existing social-networks buttons, just uncomment out next things in the App_Start/AuthConfig.cs Continue reading “ASP.NET MVC: LinkedIn integration” »
I have faced a different troubles when was trying to make redirect from http to http url. Sitecore and IIS have a huge capabilities that some of them are a bit conflicting with each other. Indeed, I have tried to get it work and installed URL Rewrite module for IIS, and it worked like charm for the time being until I began sitecore upgrade and switched pipeline mode from “Classic” to “Integrated”, and fun began. Btw. I used this article for settings of redirection. Continue reading “IIS: Redirect from http to https” »
In this topic I’m going to talk about my experience of updating of Sitecore from Sitecore.NET 6.2.0 (rev. 100701) to Sitecore.NET 6.5.0 (rev. 121009). First of all I want to say that it’s not so fast process as you maybe expected. In my case I thought that it will be like next: Continue reading “Updating of Sitecore from 6.2 to 6.5 version” »
Let’s get started from question what is Cake Mail? Cake Mail is service that gives you ability to manage all subscribers on your site and sending emails to your subscribers. So I want to tell you how we can work with Cake Mail service through their API. But first, I want to pay attention to the fact that exist two resources which provide cake mail services this and this, agree with you, sounds confusing. I won’t be describe difference between first cake mail and second, just tell that service which provided by Cloudtools Rackspace has much more functionality (checked). So, let’s get started, and in this post I’m going Continue reading “Using Cake Mail service through API by C#” »