Tag Archives: csharp

AngularJs and special characters from json webservice

My current project creates a┬áSingle Page Application (SPA) using ASP.NET MVC and AngularJs with data from ASP.NET MVC webapi REST webservices. With the buzzwords out of the way, let me describe the issue we had. Some data from the webservice … Continue reading

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ApplicationPool creation in Metabase with Csharp

In our project we create IIS application pools from code. For this we connect to the metabase with DirectoryEntry. This is COM and the exceptions are ridiculous somewhat cryptic. Below is code to create an Application Pool. The comments describe … Continue reading

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SDN event september 2014

The SDN – Software Development Network – is a special interest group for dutch developers. Four times a year they organise an event where people present and talk about their passion. As a member of the SDN you are aware … Continue reading

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AmbiguousMatchException on mock creation

See simple code below of ClassToTest with two public constructors with one parameter. My favorite mocking framework (Rhino Mocks) is unable to determine which constructor to use for mocking. The CreatePartialMock method throws an AmbiguousMatchException. The workaround for this is … Continue reading

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Mobile building blocks

By using partial classes I can create libraries for every mobile platform that share a common interface. The component- / classdiagram below is a concept of this principle. The light yellow blocks are generic code and the purple blocks are … Continue reading

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WCF Streaming with REST on Mono

One of the problems with the mono framework is that streaming is not working properly. I tried to get it working myself and even tried to fix the framework myself. To much trouble as the solution is to use another … Continue reading

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Monotouch

The mono port to iOS is monotouch. Or is it. The code is compiled to native Objective-C, not the Intermediate Language code that compiles at runtime. They call it Ahead of Time compiling. Because C# is now supported on iOS … Continue reading

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