Recently I started playing around w/ Mongo for a side project and so far it has been a cake walk. While learning how to use Mongo I quickly realized that the ‘out of the box’ tool to query the database was the command line. Now this works great, but is limited. I am not able to easily save and reuse any scripts. While doing some simple research about different Admin Consoles for Mongo I noticed that I could use LINQPad to do accomplish my needs. In order to use LINQPad there are a few steps which need
to be performed, the first of which is to download and install LINQPad. Once you have this installed we can get down to the nuts and bolts. How to reference the Mongo C# Library:
When ever I need to reference any assemblies I want to use NuGet when at all possible, fortunately I am in luck because LINQPad has native support for this. Create a new LinqPad C# Expression Query Right click the query editor and choose Query Properties Click the ‘Add NuGet’...(Read whole news on source site)
Durandal has only been publicly available for about a year now, the community has grown at a breakneck pace. As a result, we’ve launched a Kickstarter to help us accomplish some amazing things in 2014. I’d like to take a few minutes to share our planned initiatives and invite you to join us in shaping the future of the web. Our goals break down into four categories: releases, tooling, training and the next generation. Releases Durandal had 16 releases in 2013. That’s 2 major releases, 2 minor releases, 4 patches and 8 pre-releases. It was a ton of work, but it...(Read whole news on source site)
When moving back from web to desktop development, it’s easy to miss the quick feedback and update cycle enabled by the developer tools in modern web browsers. To an extent the debugger intermediate window does many of the things the console allows, and many of the “script debugging” features the...
I am really happy to announce that my latest Pluralsight course is now online! As a developer that spends most of my time using Visual Studio, I realized that...
JNBridgePro 7.1 connects Java and .NET Framework-based components.