Paulius Maciulis
By:Paulius Maciulis Posted On: Topic:Engineering

Cloud Solutions for .NET projects

These days, cloud computing and cloud hosting are very popular topics and a lot of solutions already are cloud based. However, we still need to deal with some unanswered questions: what cloud provider to choose, what services we need to order, and how much it will cost. Today, we are going to explore the answers to all of these questions.

Marius Rybelis
By:Marius Rybelis Posted On: Topic:Engineering

Basic Authentication for Windows Azure Websites

Suppose that you are building a fancy new website and want to show your progress to your client, but want to make sure that only trusted users can access the website. In this article I will show you how to build your own HTTP managed module to achieve basic authentication in Windows Azure websites.

Paulius Gabronis
By:Paulius Gabronis Posted On: Topic:Engineering

Basic Introduction to: SASS - (Syntactically Awesome Stylesheets)

These days, websites have become more and more complex, so we really need to have more control and space to spread web designers’ ideas. I can bet you probably write enough CSS to see hundreds, maybe thousands, of possibilities in the code to make it better, but you also pull your hair out over some of the limitations. Let’s go over the most advantageous features and create some sample code to prove that your stylesheets are worthy of being written in SASS.

Paulius Maciulis
By:Paulius Maciulis Posted On: Topic:Engineering

Continuous Integration in .NET Projects

Today's blog post is about optimizing your development process. We will identify some red flags that you should be on the lookout for, suggest best practices, and offer insights into our development process and the related benefits.

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