ReportGenerator 2.5 has just been released. This latest version has some enhancements in the HTML report and and some other improvements.
ReportGenerator 2.1 has just been published as a beta release. This blog post will explain the new feature trend/history charts and some other improvements.
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.
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.
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.
After setting up Windows 8 and SQL Server 2012 my ASP.NET applications were not able to access my SQL databases.
Whenever I have to setup a PC in the future, I don't want to waste my time (again) to figure out how I have to configure the users correctly. Here is what I did: