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Entries for July 2016

Being a Good DNN Citizen: Referencing Database Tables

15 Jul

For quite a while now I have written about development best practices, methods to improve the performance of developed solutions, and a little about how to be a good citizen with other portions of the application.  In this post I will take a look at a few standard situations that I have encountered when working with developers new to the DNN Platform.  

tags: DNN Development, Quick Tips

Avoiding Unexpected Bundling Issues with ASP.NET MVC

14 Jul

One of the most commonly overlooked tasks that I find when working with development groups is the act of Bundling and Minification of CSS and JS resources. There are many solutions to accomplish this task and various developers will have their own preferred frameworks.  I personally find that the features provided by ASP.NET meet many of my needs quite well, however, there is one common gotcha that can impact production deployments that might not get fully tested.  This post is not specifically about HOW to bundle with ASP.NET, but is more around how to prevent unexpected issues in production.

tags: ASP.NET, Quick Tips, ASP.NET MVC

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