Jeffrey T. Fritz is a Program Manager for Microsoft in the ASP.NET and Azure Developer Experience teams. Currently, he leads the NuGet team and manages the MSDN Web Developer Tools blog. Prior to joining Microsoft, he was a Microsoft MVP, ASPInsider, INETA Community Champion and Developer Advocate for Telerik. He is the author of several e-books about ASP.NET development practices. You can read more from Jeffrey on his personal blog.
ASP.NET Core is the latest web framework from Microsoft that supports development with C# and the .NET Framework. In this latest incarnation of ASP.NET, you can choose to use an alternative .NET framework called .NET Core in order to deliver on some amazing new promises from the Microsoft team. By using the .NET Core framework […]
Mobile Backend as a Service gives web and mobile app developers access to cloud-based data storage through a simple API for data storage, push notifications, and security operations. I’ve previously covered how to integrate with Telerik Platform to manage security. In this article, I will walk through connecting to and working with data within a […]
In 1965, a patent was filed for a synthetic grass product that would go on to be implemented in the world’s first indoor baseball stadium. The following year, the Houston Astrodome opened and was instantly famous for its green carpet that simulated grass. The thing is that real grass is expensive to add and even […]
After the recent spate of security issues from large retail companies, especially those that caused me to have to get a new credit card issued, I’ve been thinking more and more about how to secure my ASP.NET web applications. Fortunately, the new OWIN-based security in ASP.NET 4.5.1 can fill that need. In this article, I’m […]
At TechEd, Microsoft took the wraps off of the new ASP.NET server-side components in a package they’re calling ASP.NET vNext. Formerly, this was called Project K, and you’ll see some insiders use both of these terms for the next few months. This project contains some very exciting capabilties for web developers, and the promise within […]
At Telerik, we receive MANY requests for features and support on our Telerik Feedback Portal. Sometimes we’ll get outlandish suggestions along the lines of, “Hey, it would be great if you had a control that would make unicorns dance on screen.” We can’t accommodate every request, but we watch the feedback portal closely and respond […]