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

A Knockout in Charlottesville

Just saw the agenda for the next meeting of the Charlottesville .NET User Group, which is tomorrow night (Feb. 16th), and it looks awesome. The title is Knockout.js, MVC with Style & .Net 4.5. They’re doing a triple-header featuring: Joel Cochran talking about the Knockout.js MVVM library for JavaScript Kristy Moon talking about MVC with … Continue reading A Knockout in Charlottesville

Tweaking Add Item Templates for Better Script Performance

[This is the second in a 3-part series. Part 1, “Make Script Performance Automatic with Custom Templates in Visual Studio 2010″, can be found here.] In part 1 of this series, I showed you how you can improve the script performance of your websites by using Visual Studio’s built-in support for exporting templates to create … Continue reading Tweaking Add Item Templates for Better Script Performance

Make Script Performance Automatic with Custom Templates in Visual Studio 2010

Background If you’ve ever used a tool like Yahoo!’s Yslow to analyze the performance of your web application, you’ve probably run into the recommendation that you should put your scripts at the bottom of the page, unless those scripts insert page content (a good example of this, which we’ll see later in this post, is … Continue reading Make Script Performance Automatic with Custom Templates in Visual Studio 2010