Monthly Archives: January 2014

Visual Studio and Typescript Part 2

In a previous post, I mentioned that version 3 of the Web Essentials tool no longer has any TypeScript support. I was prompted about several Visual Studio updates, one of which was Web Essentials: Oh Joy of Joys, Mads has

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Posted in Visual Studio, Web Essentials

Visual Studio 2013 and Browser Link

Where I work, we have now moved our main development to VS2013 and .net 4.5. After upgrading all the projects to use .net 4.5.1, MVC to V5, and getting a successful build, it was time to run the application. Started

Posted in Visual Studio

Using IHttpActionResult with WebAPI2

This is another post relating to the new features in WebApi2. When you start a new WebAPI controller, the template used is Once you start working with the WebAPI, you soon realize that this is not enough, as you need

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Posted in TDD, WebAPI

WebApi 2 HelpPage using ResponseType attribute instead of SetActualResponseType

In my previous post, Using Microsoft ASP.NET Web API 2 Help Page – Part 2 I mentioned that in MVC5, the HelpPage API, you no longer to specify the response type as part of the HelpPageConfig. This was simplier than I thought

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Posted in Help Page, MotorDB, WebAPI

Using Microsoft ASP.NET Web API 2 Help Page – Part 2

This post is a continuation of my previous post Documenting the WebApi using Microsoft ASP.NET Web API 2 Help Page Including multiple XML files The first change that I wanted to make was that the HelpPage is only reading from one

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Posted in Help Page, MotorDB, Other, WebAPI

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