Ed Charbeneau is a web enthusiast, speaker, writer, design admirer, and Developer Advocate for Telerik. He has designed and developed web based applications for business, manufacturing, systems integration as well as customer facing websites. Ed enjoys geeking out to cool new tech, brainstorming about future technology, and admiring great design. You can find out more at http://edcharbeneau.com.
Will 2017 be the year of .NET Core? Of course it will! I sat down with Scott Hunter (Director of Program Management for the .NET Platform) on the Eat Sleep Code podcast to talk about all things .NET. Scott shared plans for an exciting year of .NET development including the .NET Core 2 Wave, which […]
Whether you underestimated Angular 2 or believed in its complete success, it's time to learn what Angular 2 can do for you. Now that Angular 2 is out of beta, let's take a serious look at how to develop a full stack application using ASP.NET Core and Angular 2. In this article we'll learn how […]
Brian and Ed cover the latest news in the development community and say goodbye to 2016 with predictions of what’s coming in 2017. What is the Telerik Developer Digest? The Telerik Developer Digest is the latest collection of the best articles from the Telerik Developer Network and around the web, curated by a group of […]
Drag and Drop functionality is a familiar and intuitive user interface (UI) behavior allowing users to directly manipulate data on the screen. Building a drag and drop interface on the web can be challenging since only the most basic drag and drop features are available in HTML5. More robust UI scenarios that include state management, […]
This week on the Telerik Developer Network has been focused on ASP.NET Core. Obviously, the ASP.NET Core presents a major change for .NET developers. So our team is here to discuss what it all means in today's Slack chat. Sam Basu: So 2016 has been a pretty interesting year for .NET developers. We have a […]
Guest Kevin Mack talks about reusable UI components and utilities and building scaleable web UIs using responsive web design techniques.
On this episode of Eat Sleep Code, guest Jeff Fritz a Senior Program Manager at Microsoft, shares news from today’s Microsoft Connect event in New York. Jeff discusses Visual Studio 2017 RC’s new productivity, debugging and quick installation features. We chat about Visual Studio for Mac and SQL Server for Linux. Jeff shares what .NET […]
Ed and Brian cover the latest news in the development community including: Progressive Web Apps, What’s happening with Bootstrap 4, and Google’s NuGet packages.
Guests Simon MacDonald and Sam Basu discuss best practices when using push notifications in your application and Simon’s involvement with Apache Cordova.
On this episode guests Steve Smith and Sam Basu share their thoughts on software craftsmanship, clean code, and software quality.
Ed and Brian cover the latest news in the development community including the resurgence of the CLI, modernization of SharePoint and responsive web design.
Guest Guy Royse discusses his Test Driven Development workshop "Putting the D&D in TDD".
Ed, Brian, and special guest Todd Motto cover the latest news in the development community including: ASP.NET Core, Angular 2, NativeScript and much more.
Ed Charbeneau shares is session “Into the next dimension” from M3 Conference. Developers today need to pay attention to evolving platforms and the rapid rate at which they are expanding.
Ed, Brian, and special guest Todd Motto cover the latest news in the development community including: Angular 2 migration, React component wrappers, the right and wrong way to contribute to open source, and much more.
TagHelpers are a new addition to ASP.NET Core that allow developers to write complex HTML elements using a component-like syntax. Let’s begin by discussing the reason TagHelpers were created. By understanding why TagHelpers were created, we can get a better idea of what TagHelpers are and how to identify them. Why Were TagHelpers Created? The […]
Guests Jeffrey Miller and Dennis Dunn talk about WorldVax, an open source humanitarian software that tracks immunizations administered to patients in remote areas of the world.
Nic Raboy talks with Ed about Couchbase, NoSQL databases and what it’s like to work with data persistence in a polyglot world.
ASP.NET Core ushers in a new generation of ASP.NET applications. This new generation of application can run on many platforms such as Windows, Mac, Linux and Docker. Running cross platform means dropping the need for Internet Information Services (IIS) to host the application. In addition, ASP.NET Core has been engineered with dependency injection and a […]
Ed and Eric Bishard cover the latest news in the development community including linting, ad-blocking, NativeScript, and Angular migrations.
On this episode of the Eat Sleep Code podcast, guest Julie Lerman talks about the Software Developer mindset.
Ed and Sam Basu cover the latest news in the development community including: Angular 2, NativeScript snacks, ASP.NET Core RTM, and Windows CLI.
On this episode of Eat Sleep Code, Jim Holmes gives his insight on running Three Amigos conversations at work.
To some developers, it seems like not long ago that we were trying to come to terms with the Graphic User Interface (GUI). The tool of the trade was the Command Line Interface, because it was the only way. Visual Studio slowly transformed Windows developers by abstracting away command line tools until they were no […]
Ed Charbeneau and Brian Rinaldi discuss the latest articles for developers including where the web is going in 2016 and improving front-end projects.
In this session from StirTrek, I discuss rapid prototyping. In just about every industry, rapid prototyping is described as “a group of techniques used to quickly produce a working model”, and web development should be no different. Rapid prototyping allows developers to quickly communicate and collaborate on the product they are creating while investing minimal […]
On this episode , Brian and Ed cover the latest news in the development community including: bots-bots-bots, React setup, ASP.NET Core RC2, Project.json, and NativeScript.
Brian and Ed discuss the latest news in the development community including Slackbots, security tips, spreadsheets and NativeScript.
Earlier this week Microsoft delivered the second second release candidate of .NET Core, .NET Core RC2. As with most bleeding edge software, there’s a lot changing and much to learn. I sat down with Jeff Fritz from Microsoft and talked to him about what’s in the new release. A summary of that discussion is provided […]
Jen Looper talks about the latest ng-conf and Peter Ritchie and Sam Basu talk about the future of C#.
Brian and Ed cover the latest news in the development community including: Microsoft, Angular 2, NativeScript, and a creative IoT project.
Exciting times lie ahead for .NET developers. During Build, Microsoft’s biggest developer event of the year, clear roadmaps were given on the future of .NET and C#. Microsoft is re-positioning .NET to be a platform that can be written anywhere and run anywhere, which is a departure from it’s long history of proprietary technologies. Microsoft […]
Greg Levenhagen talks about the newly shipping HoloLens dev kit. UWP, Azure machine learning, and cognitive services are discussed.
ASP.NET Core opens the doors to new opportunities for ASP.NET developers through integration points in Bower, NPM, and Gulp. One perk of using common web development tools is that frameworks like Foundation can be installed directly from the vendor whereas before developers needed to rely on NuGet packages. In some instances, these were a repackaging […]
Guests Brad Green and Todd Motto talk about Angular 2.
For forms with complex procedures, a step-by-step assistant (often called a wizard) can be helpful. In this article we’ll identify some basic scenarios where a step-wise form is beneficial, identify the working pieces and learn to build a step-wise form with Kendo UI and Telerik UI for ASP.NET MVC. Wizard Scenarios Step-wise forms, multi-step forms, […]
Guest Elle Waters explains why accessibility is important in software development and what a developer’s responsibilities are when creating a product.
On this episode of Eat Sleep Code, guest Matt Millican talks about Microsoft’s open source initiative. Why did Microsoft go open source, what products, and what to expect in the future. Matt Millican @millicanmatt Matt Millican leads the back end development team at Graydient Creative, a full-spectrum digital marketing company serving the hospitality and experiential […]
On this episode of Eat Sleep Code, guest Chris Michel talks about how Sass can improve your CSS code, what’s happening in the Sass community.
Hello fellow software devs, yes this post is obviously designed to capitalize on the new Star Wars ™ movie. Maybe you’ve heard of it? All I have to say about it is, “Click you did, so work it must.” But, now that you’re here, let’s geek out on these Star-Wars-themed software developer resources. 1. Star […]
CSS preprocessors like Sass and Less are tools that greatly enhance CSS development. Sass and Less have been around for a while now and are widely adopted by the web development community. CSS preprocessors bring real language features to CSS such as variables and mixins (functions) which result in clean, extensible and reusable CSS code. […]
On this episode of Eat Sleep Code, guest Gaines Kergosien shares his advice on realizing your maximum earning potential as a software developer.
On this episode of Eat Sleep Code, guest Burke Holland reviews the good, bad and ugly of software development in 2015 and makes predictions on what 2016 will bring.
ASP.NET Core gives breaths new life into web development on the .NET platform. In Visual Studio 2015 with .NET Core, support was added for massively popular package management sources npm and Bower, as well as the task runner utilities Gulp and Grunt. In this article, we’ll learn how to add a CSS preprocessor to an […]
On this episode of Eat Sleep Code, Ed Charbeneau & Cory House discuss the pros & cons of ReactJS and how different React is from other front-end frameworks.
Jennifer Marsman talks about Azure Machine Learning and how Microsoft is bringing AI to the masses.
On this episode of Eat Sleep Code, guest Dave Fancher talk about Functional Programming. We discuss how functional programming has made its way back into modern development, clean coding, and more.
Update This article was updated to include changes from 6.0.0-rc1 ASP.NET Core MVC is formerly MVC 6. In ASP.NET Core, MVC will be a middle-ware component of ASP.NET Core and is no longer identified as a separate framework. The version number of MVC will also change to 1.x in subsequent releases. ASP.NET Core MVC (formerly […]
Derick Bailey from Watch Me Code talks about using messaging patterns like RabbitMQ to create scalable applications.
On this episode of Eat Sleep Code, guests Jeremy Likness talks about why he uses AngularJS. We clear the air about Angular 2 and more.
The changes with Visual Studio 2015 and .NET Core 5, aka vNext, have churned up quite a bit of conversation, but something I overheard recently caught me a bit off guard. The gist of it was that Microsoft hates enterprise developers because of the sweeping changes in .NET Core 5. Fear, uncertainty, and doubt (FUD) […]
Update This article was updated to include changes from 6.0.0-beta8 If you’re coming to ASP.NET MVC6 from using prior versions, you’ll quickly begin to realize that things have changed. One of the major changes in this version of MVC is the lack of a Web.Config file. In this article, we’ll get an understanding of where […]
On this episode of Eat Sleep Code podcast, guest John Sonmez from Simple Programmer talks about soft skills and marketing yourself as a software developer.
The following is an excerpt from the new whitepaper The Anatomy ofResponsive ASP.NET Apps Responsive design changes the way we think about displaying content on our web pages. As the complexity of the user interface increases, the difficulty of building the interface also increases. Because these complex interfaces require creative solutions, Bootstrap has included advanced […]
Ed Charbeneau and guests David Giard, Sam Basu, and Michael Crump share their mobile development experiences in a panel discussion. This episode was recorded with a live audience at Codestock 2015.
Jimmy Bogard discusses running a successful open source project and Sam Basu and Michael Crump talk Apple, Microsoft and Telerik open source initiatives.
On this episode of Eat Sleep Code, guests Michael Crump and Jen Looper discuss mobile development and e-books. We learn what it’s like to try to enter the app stores and what tools are needed to get started in mobile development.
“The following is an excerpt from the new whitepaper The Anatomy of Responsive ASP.NET Apps“ There are a multitude of responsive web design (RWD) frameworks available that aim to solve the problem of creating one UI code base and delivering to any screen size. Responsive design frameworks like: Bootstrap, Foundation and RadPageLayout are popular options, […]
Ed Charbeneau interviews Chris Michel, Design Manager for Treehouse, who discusses how he was introduced to software development and taught himself to code.
Guests Alex Bezuska and Eric Lathrop talk about game development and Jen Looper joins the show to talk about gaming with the internet of things (IoT).
The following is an excerpt from the new whitepaper The Anatomy of Responsive ASP.NET Apps For the past five years, responsive web design has gone from being called a trend to being synonymous with mobile web best practices. If you’re a web developer, then responsive design will probably be a requirement on a project in […]
Many development teams have large investments in desktop apps that have provided long lasting profitability and stability for years. However, the industry is changing and now it’s time to retool for mobile and reinvest. If you have a web application, then technically it’s a mobile application already, since smart devices have web browsers making them […]
Dependency injection (DI) has been possible in previous versions of MVC. With each new version DI has been easier to implement and, with MVC6, DI is supplied right out of the box. In this article we’ll look at how the new DI implementation works, what are its weaknesses and how we can replace it with […]
Many attempts have been made in the .NET MVC ecosystem to tackle Responsive Design from the server side. Technologies like Browser Capability Detection and Mobile Views were once considerable options, but these techniques are now being dropped in favor of client dependent technologies like Modernizr. Responsive Design with Server Side Components (RESS) is a powerful […]
A lot of amazing work is being done in the UX space by Luke Wroblewski and others. There is a plethora of great advice about solving UX problems by simplifying forms, even reducing the number of fields down to just a single input. However, in this article I’m going to share a story about an […]
Umbraco 7 is an Open Source, content first, content management system built upon ASP.NET MVC. Having a platform built upon such a robust framework gives developers the option to use popular tools like the Telerik’s UI for ASP.NET MVC. In this article we’ll combine Umbraco and the Scheduler control to build a Material Design themed, […]
Due in part to the popularity of open source solutions like Bootstrap and Foundation, responsive web design is standard practice in modern web applications. Responsive design is an attractive solution because of its ability to produce multi-device layouts with relative ease. While responsive design is an excellent solution, it does have its shortcomings and even […]