Software Announcing the 1.0.1-alpha preview of Microsoft Azure WebJobs SDK – Pranav Rastogi Oops! I did it again: introducing DecentCMS – Bertrand Le Roy Information Understanding .NET 2015 – Beth Massi A Look at ASP.NET 5: Part 1 – Getting Started – Shawn Wildermuth Identity Updates for Web Developers in Visual Studio 2015 CTP6 – […]
I have been working with Access 2003 for so many years. Recently, after replicating the access database, I have stored it in a folder available on the same network. After that, I was not able to connect with my database and got corruption error - “AOIndex is not an index in this table”. I have tried multiple techniques to get access to my database, but did not get succeeded. I have tried to restore the database from the copy of backup, but due to wrong action, unfortunately, my backup also got corrupt. I was desperately looking for a solution to
get my Access database back. Here, I will explain every technique I have tried, and will recommend the best one according to my experience. Access database can be corrupt due to following reasons: MSysAccessObjects table corruption.Corruption in MS Access database.Invalid indexes error.Wrong entries in the MSysAccessObjects table. Available option to resolve the problem: 1. Restore Backup: Firstly, if you have a backup, you can simply use the copy of database to restore the database. (Link)2. Jet Compact Utility: Try to repair your Access database by free Microsoft Jet Compact Utility
program (make sure you are applying it on a copy of your original database)....(Read whole news on source site)
Not sure how I missed this when it originally aired, but this Azure Friday
up alerts to make sure you're aware when stats exceed certain thresholds), and more. As someone who used to use a separate analytics package (Piwik) to capture this data, it's much nicer to be able to have it all in the same management portal (note that the advanced analytics features are only available in the newer "Preview" portal at the time this post was written)....(Read whole news on source site)
Peter steals another tip from a reader: Entity Framework isn't just for tables and stored procedures. Leveraging SQL Server views can simplify your code.
One of the best parts of my job as a Product Manager in the Visual Studio team is working on events for you, our community. Last year in November I worked on one such event called Connect();
where we announced a ton of releases such as Visual Studio 2015 and .NET 2015 preview, Visual Studio Community 2013, .NET open source and much more
Today I am happy to announce a new series we are starting called Connect(“Live”);. With this new ongoing set of live stream sessions our goal is to give you more opportunities throughout the year to
hear from, ask questions to, and engage with the product teams building the developer tools you love such as Visual Studio, .NET, Azure SDK, and many more.
Connect(“Live”); // Debugging & Cloud Diagnostics Visual Studio Team Q&A
The series begins Thursday February 26th, streaming live from 09:30am to 10:30am PDT
. The session will be hosted by Dan Fernandez and feature members of the Visual Studio debugging and cloud diagnostics product teams. Team members will talk about what’s new for developers in Visual Studio 2015, and Azure SDK 2.5 and take your questions.
Ready to join us this Thursday? Here are...(Read whole news on source site)
Over the past few weeks I’ve been playing with the new ASP.NET 5
(also known as ASP.NET vNext) bits using Visual Studio 2015. I’m trying to make sense of the new changes and how they will affect how I build websites. I’d like to share some of what I’ve learned about the new stack. I’m going to do this by talking through an example website I wrote using the new bits. Do know that we’re still pretty early and Visual Studio 2015 (CTP6 as of this writing) and ASP.NET 5
Beta 3 are both in
a state of flux. This is definitely about what’s coming, not what is here so far. I’ll explain what I’m doing in a series of blog posts and link them all here as I write them. The plan is to write posts about: Part 1: Getting Started (this post) Part 2: Understanding Configuration (coming soon) Part 3: Using Entity Framework 7 (coming soon) Part 4: ASP.NET MVC 6 (coming soon) Part 5: Building an API (coming soon) Part 6: Web Tooling with VS2015 (coming soon) The project will continue to evolve and you can always get the latest version...(Read whole news on source site)
Intro – what? WHY? As regular readers of my blog might have seen, I got myself a Raspberri PI 2 and a Sunfounders
sensor kit, and was happily dabbling a little with it. And then suddenly, out of the blue, Microsoft dropped a development kit for the Microsoft Band
– and Gerard Verbrugge
(Microsoft DX Netherlands) challenged me to make something with it. So I thought to combine a number of gadgets: my Microsoft Band
, my Windows Phone and the Raspberry PI plus some of the stuff from the sensor kit. I created an application that
shows your heart rate with a blinking led connected to the Raspberry PI, with a connected buzzer making sound as well. The LED blinks at the heart rate as reported by the Band, and using the buzzer, the PI also emits and audible tick-sound as the LED blinks. At low heart rate the LED blinks blue, at medium rate green, and at high rate red:
Raspberry PI2 controlled by Microsoft band at heart rate <80
Raspberry PI2 controlled by Microsoft band at heart rate > 80
If you crank up the sound, you can hear...(Read whole news on source site)
In beta 3 version of ASP.NET 5 (vNext), uploading and saving file(s) become very easy. In other words, ASP.NET 5 (vNext) now support model binding of multipart form data. So, now we can easily upload and save file(s). In this article, I will show you a sample to how to upload and save file(s) in ASP.NET 5.
Assuming that you are running Visual Studio 2015 CTP 6 (you can also get that from Azure VM) or later and you
have created an ASP.NET 5 web application. Add a html form and input type=form element in your mvc view,
Then inside your controller add these lines,
public class HomeController : Controller
public HomeController(IApplicationEnvironment hostingEnvironment)
...(Read whole news on source site)
Thanks to all the folks who came out to hear my talk last night at CapArea.NET
on "Communicating with the Internet of Things". I'm embedding my slides from the talk below, including some additional resource links: If you have questions about the talk, or want to know more about how to get started working with NETMF and Gadgeteer, drop me a note
. I'm available to do custom classes if your organization needs a primer on embedded development in the .NET world as well. If you missed this talk, and would like to catch it live,
The Telerik DevCraft suite of .NET development tools was updated today with new controls for mobile app development within Visual Studio, among many other enhancements, new owner Progress Software Corp. announced.