I have written few posts on ASP.NET 4.5 and Visual Studio 11 that . All the post featured as Article of the day at Microsoft official website http://www.asp.net/community. I mainly focused Web development.
If you want to learn about new version of ASP.NET 4.5 and Visual Studio 11(Now Visual Studio 2012).
This post is part 1 of 2 series on Strongly Typed data controls and Model Binding in ASP.NET 4.5. In this post, I discussed about Strongly typed data control, Model Binding, filtering data, Value Providers and about writing own Custom value provider.
This is second and last of on the series of Strongly Typed data controls and Model Binding in ASP.NET. In this post I discussed the editing feature and custom validation attributes.
In this article, we discussed the support of Unobtrusive validation in ASP.NET 4.5. This reduces the rendered page size dramatically. Instead using java-script function and other client side libraries. It uses HTML5 data-* attributes for all these validation.
In this post, we discussed the Request Validation enhancement made in ASP.NET 4.5. There are several times nowadays, we require to allow the user to script tag as Input. This is the backbone of many blog site. But if proper validation is in place then “A potentially dangerous request..”. Now ASP.NET 4.5 allows to partial unvalidated request to be submitted.I also discussed Lazy/Differed validation..
In this post, I discussed the enhance made in .NET 4.5 and ASP.NET 4.5 which allows you to write Asynchronous modules in very simple steps in the way you write the synchronous way. Asynchronous modules can be come a boon at certain situations for your Application performance..
As in Asynchronous HTTPModules, Asynchronous HTTPHandlers can be written very easily with the version ASP.NET 4.5. It also can be a boos t for application performance..
This is one of the best things I like in Visual Studio 11. Page Inspector is integrated with VS 11 and provides the capabilities of web development tools and apart from this directly navigates you to the corresponding aspx/ascx/master… files also.
Hope you all will have fun while learning ASP.NET 4.5