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Create lambda expressions on the fly in C#

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For the last couple of weeks I have been working with client-side frameworks such as Kendo UI and Sencha ExtJS a lot. One of the requirements of my clients was server-side filtering, grouping and ordering of several grids and other components. The challenge here is that you don’t know exactly what information might be coming in: which field do you have to filter or sort, which direction...

Retrieving blog posts using C# and the WordPress REST API

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There are a few ways in which you can integrate your website or application with social media or other websites. Perhaps the easiest and most used way are the widgets or embedded HTML snippets. The Twitter embedded timeline is arguably the most famous example. It’s easy to use and doesn’t require much (if any) programming skills. It provides a familiar user experience that people know...

Tutorial on creating loosely coupled applications with MEF

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When I first read about MEF (Managed Extensibility Framework), I thought it was a great concept to create plugin-based applications, allowing customers to customize some behavior of the application for instance. Putting the whole concept into reality is something different, so in this article I will give a brief overview of the steps to take to get started with MEF.

Creating SQL schemas using Entity Framework Code First

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As you might have read in my previous post, I used SQL schemas to partition data between tenants. Being part of the true definition of SaaS, a new tenant should be up and running within minutes without any human intervention. With my suggested approach, we need to do two things: Registering a new tenantAttaching users to the tenant In this article, I am going to focus on the first item whereas...

Multi-tenancy with ASP.NET MVC and Entity Framework

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Until recently I have never had the time to concentrate on cloud application development. All of the projects (non-SharePoint related) I have ever worked on were dedicated to only one customer, so the multi tenancy challenge never came up. Although my own website is hosted on Azure, I realized I had to create my own project to gain some knowledge on this area. There are many books and web pages...

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