ASP.NET MVC, Bootstrap, and Internet Explorer Compatibility View

Works on My Machineā€¦or Does It? It’s always frustrating when you’re working on a project, and everything looks good when you’re running it from Visual Studio, and then you deploy to your web server, and suddenly something’s not rendering correctly. In this post, I’ll give you some tips for troubleshooting these problems when the target … Continue reading ASP.NET MVC, Bootstrap, and Internet Explorer Compatibility View

Responsive Design: Fix for Windows Phone 8 Device Adaptation

As I mentioned on Saturday, I just updated my blog theme to something a bit more clean and modern. In addition to just wanting something that looked good, one of the features that factored into my choosing the Wise Words theme for Orchard was its support for responsive web design, leveraging Twitter bootstrap and bootstrap … Continue reading Responsive Design: Fix for Windows Phone 8 Device Adaptation

Tweak Touch Behavior in Internet Explorer with User Style Sheets

As touch becomes a more and more prevalent means of interacting with PCs as well as phones and tablets (I’m typing this on a Lenovo Carbon X1 Touch laptop), developers should be aware of how to create touch-friendly sites and apps that help users make the most of touch-enabled devices. If you’re building apps for … Continue reading Tweak Touch Behavior in Internet Explorer with User Style Sheets

Quick Hits Issue #5: Resources for App Developers and User Groups

In this issue, I’ve got some great resources for app developers, as well as for user groups: Get up to Speed on HTML, CSS3, and JavaScript If you’ve done some web development, but want to kick your skills up a notch, check out Learn HTML5 with JavaScript & CSS3 Jump Start Training, a course from … Continue reading Quick Hits Issue #5: Resources for App Developers and User Groups