ReportGenerator 2.0 has just been released. The new version contains some new features and improvements. This blog post will give a brief overview of the most important changes.
Two years ago Phil Haack created a tool called SeeGit. The tool visualizes the history of a GIT repository.
I decided to create a similar tool which uses yUML diagrams to render the history graph.
My tool has the ability to merge linear commits into a single node, which makes it easier to get a quick overview of a large history.
Most web applications are using username and password for authentication. ASP.NET supports this concept since the very beginning.
With MVC 4 Microsoft also introduced the SimpleMembership, which makes authentication and user management more flexible.
In this post I show the various options for authentication for ASP.NET MVC applications, including a demo that implements Two-Factor authentication.
It's time to update my blog engine which I published some time ago. The updated version is now based on ASP MVC 4 and uses Twitter Bootstrap 3 instead of a custom CSS file. In this post I will give a short overview over the things that were changed.
Dear reader, only one week is left until Google will shut down its popular Feed Reader. Since RSS is still relevant, it's time to migrate to another service. There are some alternatives that you could consider, when choosing a new feed reader.
Let's have a look at them.
Since my last blog post about ReportGenerator a couple of features have been added. In this post I will describe the most important changes.
Some time ago somebody on Stackoverflow asked how to integrate OpenCover results into CruiseControl .NET. After being asked again, I decided to write a tutorial to show how CC.NET has to be configured.
I created a demo project that uses NUnit, OpenCover and ReportGenerator to generate HTML coverage reports that are integrated into CC.NET.
The PowerToy Open Command Window Here has been a very useful extension for Windows XP.
With Windows 7 and Windows 8 the PowerShell is a good replacement for cmd.exe. This post shows how you PowerShell could be added to the context menu and how Visual Studio Tools become available in PowerShell.