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SpecsFor.Mvc 4.5.0 Released!

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A new build of SpecsFor.Mvc is now available on NuGet!  This release was made possible by contributions from the community, so a big “Thank You!” goes out to henkeson and neuhoffm!  Their contributions added support for: Project configurations that have non-standard solution locations (just call Solution.Named() or pass in the path to your solution directly!) UrlShouldMapTo and UrlMapsTo are now case-insensitive by default, but you can change this behavior if you want! You can change the Output path, which makes it possible to use SpecsFor.Mvc
with multiple web projects at once! BrowserDriver’s constructor is now public, so you can configure your own instance of BrowserDriver! Oh, and there’s an updated ReSharper templates package available, too, that works with ReSharper 9.1.    As usual, let me know if there are any problems!...(Read whole news on source site)

New E-Book: ASP.NET MVC Succinctly

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Originally posted on: http://geekswithblogs.net/dotNETvinz/archive/2015/04/14/new-e-book-asp.net-mvc-succinctly.aspx This book will cover the following topics: Conceptual Overview MVC Says Hello World The World Says
Hello Back Don’t Trust Everything the World Says MVC Meets jQuery MVC Scaffolding The ASP.NET MVC Succinctly was written by Nick Harrison. This concise overview will teach you how to build robust web apps without having...(Read whole news on source site)

Make Your .NET Calendar Responsive For Mobile and Tablets

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As you probably noticed, we've updated our website to use adaptive design and, hopefully, you already enjoy using it on mobile and tablet devices. We also adapted the live demos in the attempt to make them more user-friendly and touch-responsive. Here is an example of adaptive scheduler implemented in flat skin:    Due to the multiple requests made regarding Scheduler .NET responsiveness, we decided to share with you some code patterns to help you adapt your calendars to be used on touch devices.  Note: These are not the part of the official Scheduler package   How To Use?   1a. Download the files from here and unpack them into your project:  
 
1b. or
install them from NuGet   2. Add  Content/dhtmlxScheduler/dhtmlxscheduler-responsive.css and Scripts/dhtmlxScheduler/dhtmlxscheduler-responsive.js to your page before DHXScheduler.Render() call   3. Add the following line to the server configuration: scheduler.BeforeInit.Add(string.Format("initResponsive({0})", scheduler.Name)); That's it!   How It Works?   The solution consists of three files: dhtmlxscheduler-responsive.js dhtmlxscheduler-responsive.css dhtmlxscheduler-responsive-classic.css The script file defines the global function initResponsive(scheduler) which amends the scheduler instance. Each time scheduler is redrawn (initialized or refreshed after window resize), the code from dhtmlxscheduler-responsive.js checks the size of the window and switches calendar layout between 'default' and 'mobile' mode, which increases the height of navigation panel on top of the scheduler. Additionally, it enables a QuickInfo popup instead of event menu bar if the mobile...(Read whole news on source site)

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