Sounds crazy doesn’t it? Believe it or not, with a little savvy and a little free time, it’s not that difficult to take back your data. Eliminate the fear of your favorite services shutting down. Rid yourself or the worry that your private data is being used without your consent. Make sure your data less Read more about Managing My Data: How I Replaced Google for about $6[…]
Hosting In order to bring my data under my control, I need a place to store my data and host my selected applications.* Depending on the service, or set of services you choose to implement from this series, you can very likely find service hosts for free in order to accommodate. However, the goal of Read more about Managing My Data: Hosting[…]
For now, my usage is on par to that of a complicated Lego set where I’m just assembling the pieces in the same pattern as the examples I find. It’s a great place to start and with each assembly I learn more about the components.
The Challenge One requirements for my latest MVC application was that no data sensitive be passed via the query string. This includes elements like IDs, Usernames, Email, etc. Many of the MVC examples use the query string to pass value type data between screens. I needed a reusable method to add links to the screen Read more about Clean Up your Query String and Use Inline Forms to Pass Data (PostActionLink)[…]
It seems that any website which discusses ASP.NET MVC needs to have the obligatory MVC vs. Web Form post. So here it is. I’m not going to detail the technical specs of each as far too many folks have already hashed and rehashed the scorecards for each technology (links to those at the end). What Read more about MVC vs. Web Forms[…]