Apr 20 2011

NuGet Package - Debugging ASP.NET MVC applications with Glimpse

Category:[email protected] @ 13:37

Check out this interesting artricle by Scott Hanselman on: NuGet Package of the Week #5 - Debugging ASP.NET MVC applications with Glimpse



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Mar 31 2011

IIS 7.5 - HTTP Error 500.19 - Internal Server Error - The configuration section 'uri' cannot be read because it is missing a section declaration

Category:[email protected] @ 21:42

I was hosting an ASP.NET 4.0 application on IIS 7.5 and using the DefaultAppPool. When I run the application, I receive the error message:

IIS 7.5 - Http Error 500.19 - Internal Server Error - The configuration section 'uri' cannot be read because it is missing a section declaration


Don't be shocked :) The solution appeared to be as simple as changing the Application Pool to ASP.NET v 4.0 and here you go!


Remember always to select the right Application Pool whenever you are hosting an ASP.NET 4.0 app!


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Mar 20 2011

oEmbed API Wrapper for .Net

Category:[email protected] @ 09:35

oEmbed API Wrapper for .Net

oEmbed  is an open format standard for using REST to import content (such as videos, widgets, and images) from one website to another, avoiding XSS issues, and without having to parse the resource website. This wrapper allows you to simply make function calls in your own code to return the content that you desire. This is already a common feature in many blog engines and CMS's, such as WordPress. This wrapper brings this functionality to all .Net applications now.

You can only use this wrapper to import content from websites that have an oEmbed implementation (referred to as providers). Below is a list of the known providers, which also have a concrete implementation in this wrapper. 


Check it out on CodePlex: oEmbed API Wrapper for .NET 
Author Website: Will Strohl



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Mar 17 2011

Papercut - Testing emails in Dev environments

Category:[email protected] @ 15:09

"Ever need to test emails from an application, but don't necessarily want it sending them out? Don't want to hassle with pointing it to a physical SMTP server? All you want to is verify it can send email, and take a look at the message.

Papercut is your answer. Papercut is a simplified SMTP server designed to only receive messages (not to send them on) with a GUI on top of it allowing you to see the messages it receives. It doesn't enforce any restrictions on addresses, it just takes the message and allows you see it. It is only active while it is running, and if you want it in the background, just minimize it to the system tray. When it receives a new message, a balloon message will show up to let you know.


Download here

Blog post: Testing Emails in a Dev Environment



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Feb 23 2011

Do you agree/disagree with Arab revolutions nowadays?

Category:[email protected] @ 19:29

You may answer by both: Facebook & Twitter:

Add me on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/bhaidar.net

Follow me on Twitter and answer: @bhaidar



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Feb 23 2011

Free ASP.NET MVC Training Online

Category:[email protected] @ 18:49

Seems I'm winning another Lotto card today :) ().


Joe posted for an online training material for ASP.NET MVC. Interested? Check them out:

Free ASP.NET MVC Training Online


Happy MVCing ;)

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Dec 4 2009

Sharing Silverlight Assemblies with .NET Apps

Category: .NET | Silverlight[email protected] @ 07:03

Here is a great article from the CLR team on how to share some of the .NET assemblies with Silverlight:

 Sharing Silverlight Assemblies with .NET Apps


Hope it helps,

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