Generate HTML in the backend

Recently I was working on a Azure Web Job that was reading from an Azure Queue. The requirements of this job was that it should read the queue messages, do some processing and then generate and send an HTML-email based on the incoming message. Since the request isn't a regular…

BrowserLink and Post-Cache Substitution don't mix

I work with an ASP.NET application and the last few days I've been getting this annoying error from time to time: Post cache substitution is not compatible with modules in the IIS integrated pipeline that modify the response buffers. Either a native module in the pipeline has modified an…

Making RequireJS play nice with ASP.NET MVC

Working with web-projects are getting more and more Javascript heavy, and good developers as we are, we cry out for structure! There are several ways of achieving structure when working with Javascript, and in this blogpost we'll look into RequireJS. This is not an in-depth RequireJS tutorial, but we'll touch…

Testable navigation with Stateless

A look at simple, yet powerful, navigation driven by a state machine, and how this can be used with asp.net MVC, asp.net Web forms or a test scenario. Implementing navigation in web applications is often shown as a menu, implemented using li and various form of styling. Another…